Why have you got
Hip Pain?

How long have you had your Pain in your Hip?  Do you understand why you have Hip Pain?  If not, read on.

This deep pain that you have in your hip is often related to overloading the intrinsic muscles that rotate your leg, commonly known as the ‘rotators.

In many cases, I have seen clients who have had scans, X-rays, MRI’s etc to find nothing wrong structurally with the hip. Hint… it’s the muscles, tendons, and ligaments. Xrays only show bony abnormalities!

Chronic Hip Pain explored

The intrinsic muscles of the hip or the rotators are quite difficult to access for the average therapist and often aren’t treated at all during a session and
hence why your pain persists, this where I can help.

It takes an intuitive and experienced practitioner to effectively access these areas and I assure you that the pain you are feeling will be pinpointed
and systematically assessed and treated with the goal of long-term permanent relief.

Some tips when dealing with Hip Pain are as follows:

  • Conduct a thorough assessment to understand the why, all to often this piece is overlooked, but in our experience, it is what makes all the difference.
  • Understanding your unique story is vital to uncovering insights that will assist in tackling your situation.
  • Activating weak muscles, releasing tight muscles.
  • Understanding the imbalances and compensation patterns are key to resolve long-standing Hip Pain.

If you are looking for a Remedial Massage Brisbane Clinic, look no further.

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