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Mike Flynn

Hi again Kayley,

It is an hour or two later, and the knee would not move after the table exercise, so I decided to apply a heat pack and warm it up before doing the table exercise again. It worked. It bent down to 75/80 degrees – about where it was yesterday.

It was interesting to note I had pain that seemed to be inside and to the sides of the knee joint. And, I guess it was a tendon (or a section of the muscle) over my quad that was excessively pronounced and “holding the knee” that eventually relaxed and allowed the knee to achieve 75/80.

I was told to use all my flexion as part of my exercise regime, and to walk deliberately with heal and toe movement of my foot as I walk around afterwards. Like an exaggerated version of walking. Is this a good idea?

Thanks again.