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Flex your client’s hip, then straighten their knee as far as comfortable while stroking with your knuckles from the back of the knee to the ischial tuberosity.
Turn the foot inward to work the lateral hamstrings (biceps femoris) or turn the foot outward to work the medial hamstrings (semimembranosis and semiten- donosis).
First do this as a passive movement for your client, showing them how to stretch the hamstring in different directions, then have your client do the movement as an active movement without your help. This allows for a better stretch as your client will be using their quadri- ceps to extend their knee, and the hamstrings will be weakened by reciprocal inhibition so that they can stretch further.
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