It's All in the Hip: 5 Steps to Fixing Movement Dysfunction
In my last article I revealed that hip instability is the common source of many problems and sub-par performances. Now, I'm going to share the five steps to fix your hips.
Here’s what you need to know: I am a physical therapist who works almost exclusively with athletes. And over and over again I see a common thread limiting my athletes, their Achilles heel - the hip.
A Pain in the Groin: Types of Groin Injuries and When to Seek Treatment
Groin injuries related to soft tissue, while annoying, have the ability to progress into a more sinister pathology due to the altered movement and mechanics that ensue to protect the area.
New Surgical Technique Offers Hope for Hip Injuries
New surgical technique - ipsilateral iliotibal band autograft - offers hope for athletes suffering from hip injury and chronic hip conditions.
Sports Hernias May Be Caused By a Hip Disorder
New science looks into the causes behind sports hernias. It may actually be related to a hip condition known as Femoral Acetabular Impingement.
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