Ibero-American Journal of Exercise and Sports Psychology

The Effects of Using a Rehabilitation Exercise Program That Combines Static and Dynamic Exercise To Improve Knee Joint Health and Expand Patients' Range of Motion


Hadeer Idan Ghanim*

This study aims to determine the impact of applying Static Exercise (SE) and Dynamic Exercise (DX) to rehabilitate and increase the range of motion for individuals with knee joint problems. Due to its applicability to the nature of the research, the experimental design is used in the pre- and post-measurement method, and the study population is made up of patients with knee joints in the years 2020–2021. The research sample is purposefully chosen from (10) people with injured knee joints, and there is only one experimental study. The study's results indicate that there are post-test advantages over pre-test differences that are statistically significant.


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