Experience Lasting Relief: 5 Proven Strategies for Lower Back and Hip Pain

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Are you tired of living with chronic lower back and hip pain? Discover effective solutions to alleviate your discomfort and experience long-term relief. This article provides five scientifically-backed strategies that target the root causes of lower back and hip pain. Say goodbye to constant discomfort and start enjoying a pain-free life today! More Posts Like…

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Soothe Sharp Hip Pain with These Proven Tips

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Experiencing a sudden, sharp pain in the hip can be both alarming and debilitating. It’s a common complaint among many of my patients at our physical therapy clinic, and if you’re reading this, chances are you’re looking for some answers and relief. Hip pain can stem from a variety of causes, ranging from acute injuries…

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Thigh Pain After Hip Replacement: Causes, Solutions, and Tips

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Experiencing thigh pain after hip replacement surgery is not uncommon, but it can be concerning and uncomfortable for many patients. This article will delve into the reasons behind this discomfort, provide actionable solutions, and share valuable tips to help you navigate the recovery process. Whether you’re preparing for surgery or are in the post-operative stage,…

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Why You Should be Doing “Hip Dips”? 

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Hip dips are a great way to stretch and strengthen your hips and lower back muscles. If you’re looking for some new exercises to challenge your core muscles, then look no further. In this blog, we discuss the anatomy behind hip dips, bridges, and other pelvic tilt exercises, the benefits of these exercises in strengthening…

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Is Exercising Making My Hip Pain Worse?

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Do you suffer from hip pain? Have you noticed changes in your hips when walking, running, or even sitting? Many people do, especially as we age, and our bodies change. It can be challenging to manage – not to mention downright annoying. Exercise is usually recommended for people with hip pain. It can increase strength,…

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I Have Pain That Shoots Down My Hip And Leg. Help!

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Modern daily life can put strain on our hip joints and our legs. And the more overweight you are, the higher the risk of joint pain.  Weight loss is often the best course of action in dealing with joint pain, and with almost 70% of Northern Americans being overweight, it’s common to leave the explanation…

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What Can I Do About My Hip Pain?

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Have you got a sore hip, hip-related problems with your mobility, or pain in the groin or thigh region? You don’t always feel a hip problem in the hip. Sometimes the pain radiates or is transferred to other areas around the top of your leg, such as your upper thigh or around the pelvis. But…

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Coping with Covid: What to do when sheltering in place

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For most of us, our entire world is turned upside down.  Kids are not going to school, employees are not going to work, and many people do not leave their house.  As the old adage goes “this too shall pass” but currently we are living in a never imagined situation.  Here are four simple tips…

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What Do Your Shoes Have to Say About You?

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Forget about reading palms, try reading the soles of your shoes! By analyzing the bottom of our shoes, we can gain some pretty neat information about our physical body. If you have a pair of shoes you have worn for a few months you may be able to see uneven foot patterns, meaning that the…

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Holiday Traveling with Pain

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If you suffer pain, daily tasks such as cooking, cleaning, and daily tasks can be difficult and exhausting. Add to that the constant pain is invisible to those on the outside and can flare without warning.  This pain should prevent you from traveling during the holidays, it just requires some extra precautions and planning. Before…

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