The leg raise, hamstring stretch, one-leg dip, half-squat and leg stretch are some of the most effective and easy-to-do workouts for knee pain, particularly pain due to arthritis, according to Healthline. The calf stretch, quad set, seated hip march, pillow squeeze, heel raise, side leg raise, one leg balance, sit to stand, step ups, biking and walking are among the recommended knee pain exercises presented in a slideshow at WebMD.
Approximately 27 million adult Americans in 2005 suffered from knee pain due to osteoarthritis, as reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Engaging in physical workout is known to relieve arthritic symptoms. Aside from walking, which is a type of low-impact exercise, people with knee pain can also do water exercises, such as swimming and water aerobics.