Hip Pain

If you have hip pain, it may be because the muscles that connect your pelvis to your thigh bone have become too loose or too tight to allow your thigh bone to be mis-positioned.  If that is the case, repositioning the thigh bone will help.  This Utube video from Rick Mathes, Clinic Director of Egoscue Austin has 3 easy exercises that you can try to relieve that pain.  Do them all, in the order that he presents. Click on the link to view the video.


And here is another exercise sequence to try.  This one is from John Elder at the Egoscue Nashville clinic.  The video lasts 7 1/2 minutes:


The site of your pain is rarely the source of your pain. To understand what could be the root cause of your pain, follow this link to read about your body's ideal position (posture) and for an explanation of why it is causing your pain: functional design blueprint. To address the root cause of your pain, contact Pain Free Santa Fe to schedule an appt for a free posture evaluation.   You can get your body out of pain, into alignment and experience health assurance.