Top 5 Ways to Correct Knock Knees with Exercise Etc.

Top 5 Ways to Correct Knock Knees with Exercise Etc.


Daniel Yohans

49 thoughts on “Top 5 Ways to Correct Knock Knees with Exercise Etc.

  1. Dinahsoar says:

    Where have you been all my life? I have knock knees, did not know they could be corrected!

  2. angie2.0 says:

    As someone with knock knees that has discolated a knee cap, I really appreciate this video!

  3. FUERITTA says:

    I needed this Video like yesterday, but wait am I too old now to try to correct them, I’m 54?

  4. marlene kerrmarlene says:

    thank you havent heard mine knocking

  5. Adnan A says:

    I have that, but one knee does it more when I squat than the other (my legs like to be uneven idk why)

  6. Foodie Fastian says:

    Thanks for sharing👍

  7. Lolly Alwazxmas says:

    You guys cover everything! 👍🏻💕

  8. Julia Battle says:

    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.

  9. Smile Smile says:

    Oh no Bob! Not the SLEEPOVATION mattress?

  10. Keona girl says:

    This is wonderful info Bob and Brad!

  11. DOROTHY PRICE says:

    can it help someone over 50?

  12. Carla Harrison says:

    I wear Earth brand shoes for over pronation (dress shoes) and New Balance brand for (tennis shoes).

  13. D. D. A. says:

    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!

  14. Noah says:

    Great videos, really needed this. Could you guys do a video on hyper extended elbow?

  15. James Horton says:

    Whats the best kind of shoe insert for flat feet, do yall recommend?

  16. langhamp8912 says:

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

  17. Almamater8888 says:

    I strap on ankle weights while doing the clamshell.

  18. Gabriel Malinis says:

    Someone get Kenny Smith to watch this!

  19. CryTec says:

    I needed this episode so bad where tf you been

  20. Bk Jackson says:

    Good to know. Thank you!

  21. Leigh Ann Pierce says:

    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!

  22. Pamela Coleman says:

    Is that 1st exercise allowable if you've got a hip replacement?

  23. Uma Shankar Sharma says:

    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 ?

  24. sid2tiger6 says:

    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.

  25. Utility Use says:

    THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart! Also affects my si joint!

  26. Deer in Headlights says:

    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.

  27. Sestenise says:

    Can you please make another video about Genu recurvatum or known as False Curvature?

  28. Farida Yossef says:

    Looooove you guys 😍😍😍

  29. 6 ! says:

    I have really high arches that collapse when I’m standing, walking, running, etc so I think this may be helpful for me too?

  30. Karen Lamb says:

    OMG you guys…… Let's see if I can correct this shizzzz

  31. Shanelie says:

    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!)

  32. joesph carter says:

    Great video thanks… Also see that mug in the background 😏 GO PACK GO

  33. A MH says:

    👌👌👌👌👌

  34. jannicolerz says:

    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!

  35. B. Christine says:

    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

  36. HappyHygienist says:

    Is there anything that can be done for tibial torsion besides surgery?

  37. sieeersciuch says:

    Please make a video about bowed legs!

  38. Carol Erikson says:

    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.

  39. Zasper Monarch says:

    Holy cow! I have had knock knees all my life. Going to try this. Thanks.

  40. oldschool65 says:

    How do you tell if the problem is in the hip joint structure? (Meaning nothing can be done for this.)

  41. Juan Velasquez Jr says:

    Thank you, for this video!

  42. Vahid Tahmasbi says:

    How about the opposite supernated what do you do about that?

  43. Lynn Williams says:

    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. 💕🇬🇧

  44. Gina Lombardi says:

    Good info! Thank you

  45. a Supernova says:

    Mine is genetic…u answered my qstn by 2mnts 40sec…CANNOT BE CORRECTED…click.bait for me

  46. Karoline Gostl says:

    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.

  47. md mansoor says:

    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 ❤️

  48. Jill Russell says:

    are zero drop shoes not good for flat feet, even if an orthotic is worn ?

  49. Samanta K says:

    They are so good but this hair style split in half 🥰 awwww lol

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