One Leg Ball Squat for VMO, Glutes and Knee stability | Feat. Tim Keeley | No.12 | Physio REHAB

Principal Physiotherapist Tim Keeley demonstrates one of the most effective single leg rehab exercises to improve knee strength and hip stability. This rehab exercise targets and strengthens primarily the gluteus medius and quadricep VMO muscles, as well as promoting correct hip and knee movement in a one leg squat. Its helps correct pelvis, hip and knee alignment and control in a functional weight-bearing position. Perfect for runners, sports-people, patello-femoral pain, ITB syndrome, post-surgical knees and is an essential part of any anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction or knee injury rehab program.

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