Seated Hip Flexion – Ask Doctor Jo

Seated hip flexion is a basic strengthening exercise for your hip.
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To perform a seated hip flexion:

1. Sit in a chair with your back straight and your feet flat on the floor.
2. With your knee bent about 90 degrees, lift it towards the ceiling without leaning back. Then slowly bring it back down.


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