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Have An Easier Time Putting On Shoes and Socks

*low difficulty daily function hip low back Dec 13, 2022

Putting on shoes and socks can be pretty difficult if you have arthritis in the hips, knees, or low back. It requires flexibility in your joints and a certain amount of coordination of your muscles to easily cross one leg over the other. This exercise teaches you how to maximize your ability to move with the flexibility you already have. You will find it easier to cross your legs to put on shoes and socks or trim your toenails immediately after trying this routine. The more you practice the better you will get.

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