Exercises & Stretches for Osgood-Schlatter Disease

Join Airrosti’s Heather Wedding and she goes over exercises to help alleviate knee pain associated with Osgood Schlatter Disease, a condition usually found in active teens. Utilizing a foam roller helps to mitigate tension on the knee joint. Stretching to increase mobility in the hips can also help relieve knee pain adolescents often experience when diagnosed with Osgood Schlatter Disease. She also demonstrates how to strengthen the hamstrings to create a solid and balanced foundation.

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