Do you have a job, a car and a sofa? Congratulations! Your hips are probably tight! You’re in good company because it’s the same for pretty much everyone these days. Poor hip mobility can contribute to issues like lower back pain, knee problems… and it gets in the way of squats and other stuff you want to
Learn about what the benefits are for foam rolling specifically for your hips! As well as how to do it.
Flexibility is the most important training tool you can use to improve your golf swing. A successful swing is defined by the relationship of shoulder to hip rotation. Stiff shoulders, tight hips, and stubborn hamstrings do little in helping you achieve an ideal swing. Lack of flexibility can also limit your distance off the tee,
Your hips and knees provide complex movements for the body by incorporating multiple joints, muscles, and tendons. When there is damage to any of those joints, muscles, or tendons, it can make moving the hips or knees increasingly difficult. Luckily, with the help of physical therapy, you can find relief for your hip and knee
Golf is a game people of any age or gender can play! It is an invigorating, highly enjoyable sport that can sometimes have serious physical repercussions on your body because of the “for any size, shape, or age” nature. If you don’t know how to properly move your body during play, you may experience discomfort
Hip pain and knee pain are a part of life and vary from person to person. Cartilage can wear down in the knees, low back, and hip as a result of overuse and lead to discomfort or even arthritis. All it can take is one simple injury to leave you in pain time after time.
Are you like many people, with an aching back at the end of the day or worried about lifting an object due to your back going out? You are not alone, over 80% of the population will suffer back pain at one time or another in their life according to CDC data. It is the
Situated at opposite ends of the femur bone, the hip and the knee joints are two of the most important parts of the human body. The hip’s ball and socket structure allows the leg to have a greater range of motion, while the configuration of ligaments within the knee help support the tremendous weight of