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Good Stretching After A TKR

Hi everyone! We all know the importance of strengthening and stretching our tkr leg muscles after surgery in order to improve our leg functioning. It helps us get the most out of our new knees while improving support. Due to pain levels being so intense, it’s easy to forget about stretching the rest of the body. I know that was my case. So…

When you finally reach a point where the pain level is lowered enough to allow other movement and you can stand with weight evenly distributed between both legs, here’s a great stretch that involves nothing other than body weight….

Stand with legs shoulder-width apart. Reach your arms out to the sides so your body forms a “T”. Turn your palms facing forward. Gently lean back from the waist to increase the stretch. Further increase the stretch by moving your head in conjunction with your upper body and look toward the ceiling. Hold this stretch for as long as comfortable.

When done correctly, you will feel a good stretch along your entire body including your neck, pectorals and chest, shoulders, arms, abdomen, thighs and butt. Don’t use any sudden movements, only a gentle stretch. Breathe normally throughout this exercise.

Try this throughout the day. Good luck! Let me know how it works for you. Thanks!

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