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Exercises for hip osteoarthritis

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Flexion of the hip movement with external rotation

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Starting position: Stand on the foot to the opposite side being worked on, maintaining your balance with your hand on a piece of furniture or the wall.

Movement: 1. Upper hip flexion movement: lift your leg; bend the knee as high up as possible.
2. External rotation movement: keep your leg lifted up, knee bent, move your leg 90° outwards.

Number of repetitions: Repeat these movements 4 to 5 times.

Extension movement

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Starting position: Stand on the foot to the opposite side being worked on, maintaining your balance with your hand on a piece of furniture or the wall.

Movement: 1. Lean your upper body slightly forwards.
2. Stretch your leg out backwards and push with your leg.
Hold the position for 5 seconds.

Number of repetitions: Repeat these movements 4 to 5 times.

Abduction movement

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Starting position: Stand on the foot to the opposite side being worked on, maintaining your balance with your hand on a piece of furniture or the wall.

Movement: 1. Lean your upper body slightly forwards.
2. Stretch your leg out to the side and push with your leg.
3. Hold the position for 5 seconds.

Number of repetitions: Repeat these movements 4 to 5 times.