February 16, 2018 2 min read
[Last Edited: 08/10/20]
There are few things worse than pain keeping you awake. With knee pain, this can be common, and with kneecap pain, you may experience pain when sitting and lying - all the moments that you are trying to rest!
Many of these causes can be improved and even resolved with light exercise of a low impact nature. It is important not to overload the joint, this includes deep squatting where your knees come over your toes as you lower down.
Ensure that you can still fully bend and straighten your leg - even if this is sore, it’s important to maintain full movement to keep the joints as healthy as possible if though it’s painful.
Swimming can be very beneficial for lower leg pain. As a low impact exercise, it will help condition surrounding muscles without impacting the kneecap.
Whether you've had a fall, injury or your knee has become painful over time, this support can restore stability and protect from twisting and straining.
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