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Top 8 Hip Pain Exercises to Avoid: Tips for Treating Hip Pain

Pain originating from the hips can be a constant annoyance in daily life. Whether from a temporary injury or long-term condition, you may experience pain while walking or remaining still for extended periods of time. If you are truly unfortunate, you might even have to deal with both. Rest is usually the first step after … Read more

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8 Best Hip Flexor Rehab Stretches & Exercises

Your hip flexors are responsible for bringing your knee up towards your chest. They also play a role in rotating your thigh and trunk together and stabilizing the pelvis. If you overuse or strain them, you may experience pain in the front of your hip or thigh and reduced hip flexor function.  In this post, … Read more

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Best 15 Hip Physical Therapy Rehab Exercises

If you’re struggling with hip pain and limited mobility, you’re not alone. According to a study in Osteoarthritis Cartilage, 1 in 4 adults will develop symptomatic hip osteoarthritis in their lifetime. While there’s no cure for hip pain, physical therapy can be an effective way to manage a variety of symptoms to improve your quality … Read more

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10 Simple & Easy Hip Tendonitis Exercises to Try at Home

If you’re suffering from hip pain, tendonitis (also spelled tendinitis) may be the reason. You may experience trouble with normal activities such as walking, climbing stairs, getting in and out of a chair, or running. Take a look at these hip tendonitis exercises to help relieve your pain, especially if you’re also experiencing lower back … Read more

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10 Simple Broken Wrist Rehab Exercises for a Quick Recovery

A broken wrist is a common injury that can severely impact your everyday life. It can mean a break in the forearm bones (the distal radius and ulna), or of the carpal bones that make up the wrist joint. Falling is one of the most common causes of a wrist fracture. Wrist fractures can be … Read more


Anterior vs Posterior Pelvic Tilt: What’s the Difference?

Pelvic tilt, also called pelvic misalignment, is often caused by a muscle imbalance and can cause lower back and hip pain. Learn the different types of pelvic tilt, what causes it, and how to correct it with physical therapy exercises.  What is Pelvic Tilt?  Your pelvis, or pelvic girdle, is a basin-shaped set of bones … Read more

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8 Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Exercises for Pain Relief

If you ever feel an aching pain where your neck meets your collarbone or tingling and numbness in your fingers, you may be suffering from thoracic outlet syndrome. Luckily, you can do PT exercises to treat this rare condition and relieve TOS pain. What is Thoracic Outlet Syndrome? The thoracic outlet is a diamond-shaped space … Read more

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Will Walking on a Torn Meniscus Make it Worse?

While it depends on the type and severity of your injury, studies have indicated that physical therapy exercises can help a meniscus tear heal quicker. Learn what causes meniscal tears, how to treat them, and when weight-bearing rehabilitation can help them heal quicker.  What is a Meniscus Tear? Menisci are pieces of wedge-shaped cartilage on … Read more

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7 Best Resistance Band Back Exercises

Probably one of the most neglected body parts to train is the back. We want those beautiful caps on rounded shoulders, a bodacious booty, and amazing abs, but what about the back? The back is important to keep fine-tuned because it ties all of those body parts together and supports a correct posture. Correct posture … Read more


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