Active Leg Range of Motion Exercises: Lying
This six-page illustrated handout educates people about active leg range of motion exercises they can do while laying on their back. It contains brief descriptions, some with accompanying illustrations, of nine exercises persons with leg injuries can do for rehabilitation. Exercises focus on ankle, quadriceps, knee, and hips. The document includes check boxes where a healthcare provider can indicate which exercises they should do, specify exercises for one or both legs, and a place where they can write in the number of times a day the patient should repeat the exercises.
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