76 Replies to “Top 5 Ways to Correct Knock Knees with Exercise Etc.”

  1. I’ve always been slightly bow legged until I had both knees replaced in 2017. Now I’m slightly knock kneed. Will these exercises help me? My being knock kneed is surgically related.

  2. Wow, I have it in one knee only but I never knew it was called anything! I asked doctor few yrs ago and she just downplayed it. I have been so ng clam shells since seeing physical therapist for my knee since June but will add the butterfly and other stretch. So glad I watch your videos. Thank you so much!

  3. I've wondered if knock knees look bad, but aren't functionally harmful. Notice that all basketball players are knock kneed when jumping.

  4. Sadly, my knock knees are due to tibial torsion. Lucky me has knock knees and duck feet. Could probably have gotten thru life with the duck walk going unnoticed, except I live in the northern Midwest and we get plenty of snow. My footsteps in the snow, omg! It's comical!

  5. Very useful. I have tight hips and knees due to spasticity caused by nerve damage during spine surgery. Stretching does not seem to be helping. Could you guys please do a video on how to reduce spasticity ?

  6. I have flat feet and hyper extended knees so these exercises are super helpful. Also the shoe wear thing happens all the time, I wish they made motion controles heels or dress shoes.

  7. Thanks. Can you do a video on tibial varum or bowleggedness also please (if it’s fixable without surgery)?

    Not sure if you include it here. I’m just about to watch it and find out.

  8. Thank you! I am 30, and have medically dislocated my patella several times due to being knock kneed. I had physical therapy twice and saw an orthopedic surgeon and was never given these suggestions. Gotta treat the cause, not the symptoms, right?! I am going to implement these exercises and stretches ASAP! (PS: I’m a COTA, and think you guys rock!)

  9. I have Chondromalacia Patellae on both knees, but I had my operation 3 months ago. It was an arthroscopic lateral retinaculum release left knee. I still have pain, swelling and stiffness. It kinda hurts specially when going down the stairs and in squatting. My orthopaedic doctor said that my right knee will be scheduled for the same operation this coming January.

    Does this exercise help stabilize my knee cap and strengthen my vmos and quads? If not, can you make a video for post operative patients that underwent the lateral release? Thanks a lot!

  10. I'm knock kneed and I was told it was corrected by surgery. At 38 yrs old you all are telling me it can be corrected with exercise🤔

    Every single woman in my family is knock kneed so I am not sure this works for my family

  11. thank you. Following hip replacement surgery I found my knees making nose ans maybe my hip,, I'm beieiving this is an answer. Certainly the streches.

  12. This was really interesting. I didn’t think knock knees can be fixed.! I did the clam exercise for a tight periformis muscle in the buttock area and that along with other strengthening exercises was really successful.
    Now I’m beginning to realise that the nagging pains i have experienced in the buttock/hip area over the last few years is possibly related to my knocked knees. Thank you so much. 💕🇬🇧

  13. I watched this out of professional curiosity (I don’t have knock knees), got very excited when you started to mention the flat feet. That I have, and in spades. I was disappointed to hear that your only recommendation was arch supports though. I would really love to see a video on some ways of re-habing flat feet. I know it takes work, I’m willing to do it.

  14. Your not only famous PT also a Famous Teacher
    Thanks for your helpful vedios I learned alaot

    I request you to make vedios on Tibial plateau fracture medial and lateral

    Non operative Physiotherapy exercises and
    Post operative Physiotherapy exercises in detail

    Thank you so much ❤️

  15. I have knock knees, they said it's related to my weight but even when I was really small my knock knees were still as prominent! I want surgery but I'm just a student and I work part time, I can't afford 🥴

  16. How do I know If my knock knees are due to genetics? How can I measure this hip angle you were talking about? Do I have to go see a specialist for that?

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  18. Sir I doesn't have knock knees but when I stand joining both feets in attantion position no gap is left in between by knees will it also for this if yes so how will it take to correct

  19. Hii i am Dr. Shweta from India. I am working in N.G.O. For autism. My student name raghu. He have knock knee. These exercises are very important for him. Thnx for these. I see your all videos.

  20. My Granddaughter is 12 and she walks knock knee but stands bow leg. How can this bee corrected? Also when she walks her feet are slue and flat foot.

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  22. I seem to have a serious problem trying to correct my knee. Last year I had a really bad fall that injured my ankle and left me with a single knock knee. My leg seems to almost be bowed or curved at the shin, leaving my calf closer to the side of my leg than the back and walking with my feet pointed this way doesn’t correct the knee fully. None of my doctors seem to understand my concern about gapping and leg rotation or curving because they aren’t sure what it looked like before, but it causes a lot of knee and flank pain, and even sometimes an intense cramping that is so heavy, you can see the bulk of the calf rotating even further outward. I’m not sure what it is and it’s been difficult to get a doctor on board to find out. I’m not sure what to do.

  23. Hey everyone, the best success that i've ever had was by following the Lenas Bow Remedy (just google it) – without a doubt themost helpful resource that I've seen.

  24. Sounds like an old folks home conversation. If you are doing a YouTube, be straight to the point and let it be beneficial and enjoyable to watch instead of giving stress to viewers.

  25. Hello I have had knocked knees since I was a child and I am 18 now as I grow older I realize how they are becoming a problem. I'm overweight and have been experiencing some pains in my knees not really certain if it has to do with my knocked knees.

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