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How do You Avoid Hip Pain?
Studies show that hip pain seems to become more common as people age. But getting older doesn't mean you are destined for hip surgery. Find out how to avoid it.
How Can Yoga Help Your Hip Pain?
Hip pain is a real pain in the … hips. When you think about how each of us uses our hips each day, it’s no wonder many people deal with hip pain.
How I Healed My Chronic Hip Pain Naturally
Hip Pain: Common Causes and How Chiropractic Can Help
Our hips serve innumerable functions for our body; they keep us upright, allow us to bear weight, walk smoothly, run, jump, kick, play. Since the hips are engaged in nearly every way we move, pain in this area can have debilitating consequences for patients. Although hip pain is frequently the result of osteoarthritis or injury, [...]
Nonsurgical Treatment, Heel Pain, Hip Pain, Podiatry, Chiropractor
Shoveling snow can be an arduous task. Think about your health before you take on the snowflakes this season with shoveling tips to protect your back. #ThinkChiropractic
How I Banished Chronic Hip Pain Through Posture Alignment Therapy
At 27, I was stuck in a wheelchair. I consulted with over twenty professionals, but in the end I found my own solution.
10-Minute Hips Workout
Do this 10-minute hips workout developed by Marcus Minier, exercise physiologist at The Gym in New York City, three times a week along with five days of cardio, and we guarantee that you'll have the slimmer hips you deserve in no time!
How Hip Fracture is Treated
Hip fracture is almost treated by surgery. Major kinds of hip fractures are femoral neck fracture and intertrochanteric region fracture.
7 Way Hips for Hip Stabilization and Range of Motion
In this how-to video, members from Health-Fit Chiropractic & Sports Medicine, and walk you through how to do a “7 Way Hips for Glute Activation” exercise. Th...
The Airplane Exercise for Hip Stability
In this how-to video, Dr. Kevin Christie from Health-Fit Chiropractic & Sports Medicine, and walk you through how to do a “The Airplane” exercise for hip sta...
How to Find Your Waist to Hip Ratio
There are several easy ways to assess your health risk at home using minimal equipment. Body Mass Index (BMI) is a long-standing and widely known assessment,...
What to Expect After Hip Replacement Surgery
Your hip replacement surgery is over. Now what? Here's some information you need to know on your road to recovery.
How the Feet, Knees & Hips Affect the Low Back
If you have low back pain, or have had it, you are not alone. Experts estimate that around 80% of people will experience some type of back problem as some point in their lives. The Global Burden of…
How To Develop Hip-Driven Freestyle Technique
Over the holidays, I gave a friend of mine The Mastering Freestyle Program for him to try. Now in 4 sessions he dropped his time from a 1:40 down to 1:36 for his 100 meter pace. And dropped his stroke count from 42 down to a 34. 00:11 – 1:40 down to 1:36/100m pace 00:15 …
How To Stretch Hip Flexor Muscle
"Dr. Lance is awesome! Very caring and gives a great adjustment. I have seen other chiros in the area and I am most definitely staying here!!! I am a patient for life! I also like the fact that massage is covered by my insurance with them!" ~ Client
What is Hip Impingement? Can Chiropractic Help?
Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) is a pathological hip condition found in 17% of the population, and it’s caused by abnormal contact between the ball of hip and the socket. To be more precise, it’s the head-neck junction that impinges against the rim of the acetabulum. There are three types
8 Yoga Hip Stretches That Feel Amazing
3 Hip Mobility Exercises & Why You Should Do Them
Dr. Andrea Spinab brings you this video containing a demonstration of a hip opening sequence you can use to help increase your hip mobility.
What could be causing my husband's hip and lower back pain?
Every weekday, a CNNHealth expert doctor answers a viewer question. On Wednesdays, it's Dr. Otis Brawley, chief medical officer at the American Cancer Society. Asked by Jessica Diebold, Boston Last winter, my husband fell on some ice.