Exercise therapy / physical activity is supported in the literature to help improve symptoms of persistent low back pain. What we don’t have is a set prescription of ‘best’ exercises.
Core specific stability exercises have been shown to be no more effective than general exercise for improving symptoms over the long term.
With this in mind, find activities that feel good, that you enjoy, and that you can undertake regularly and with consistency.
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There is no ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ lunge here. All 3 variations are good options and can be used in a well rounded program. More important than where your knee is in relation to your toes is implementing a sensible progression, with graded exposure to all 3 variations.
If you currently have knee pain you can manipulate variables such as shin and torso angles, as well as speed of movement, depth, and load to work around pain while you address the issue.
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Meniscus tear s are a common type of knee injury but can do very well when handled appropriately.
Many people with meniscus tears will not require surgery, and it is possible to have a tear and have no pain. There are several different types of tears and they can occur in different parts of the meniscus. Due to better blood supply the outer 1/3 of the meniscus has a better chance of healing than the inner 1/3.
Even for those with pain and where surgery might be indicated, y