The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), is one of the key support structures of your knee. A torn ACL is a common injury among athletes or physically active people.
Whenever you have a knee injury-whether it’s caused by something you did during your everyday activities, a sports injury, or from knee surgery (such as a knee replacement or arthroscopy) -stretching and strengthening the muscles can help you get over your injury more quickly.
After anterior hip replacement surgery, a patient is encouraged to ease into an exercise routine. Several suggested cardiovascular and hip-strengthening exercises are described below.