Hip Arthritis - Segment 3

Start by engaging your inner core and keeping your posture tall. Balance yourself by holding onto to the wall, a post or something solid. Stand on one leg and bring the other knee up towards the waist and then bringing it back down again. Do this for one minute 6-8 times per day. This exercise helps to increase active hip flexion mobility due to arthritis or total hip replacement surgery. 

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