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 The Hip

Anatomy of the Hip

 
 
If you have been experiencing hip discomfort that doesn't quite make sense to you and/or isn't resolving the way you expected, it's probably time to take a deeper look. 

While most people are familiar with the larger muscle groups of the hip and the sciatic nerve, often the smaller muslces and the smaller nerves of the area get overlooked.

When inflammation is not addressed and reduced/eliminated, the nerves can become hyper sensitive. Whenever a nerve is irritated, whatever that nerve innervates can become symptomatic with sensations like tension, aching, cramping, or twitching.

Treatment approaches that address the source of muscle function and sensation can often clear up even very chronic cases.

**Disclaimer: the content in this video is meant for educational purposes and should not replace evaluation by a healthcare professional**

 
 Here at HiFLEX, we have numerous "tools in our tool box".

 One of these tools is joint mobilization as you see Simon demonstrating a variation of in the video. We utilize these techniques to help reduce muscle guarding and reduce restrictions with the goal of improving mobility, range of motion, and pain level of the joint.

This is followed up with strengthenin exercises to help maintain progress made. Reach out today for a consultation!

 

**Disclaimer: the content in this video is meant for educational purposes and should not replace evaluation by a healthcare professional**