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Relieve Hip Pain Without Medication

Hip Pain

Pain in the body can originate simply from muscle tightness or weakness. Therefore, the preferred route to relieve pain in physical therapy is through loosening and strengthening of the muscles around the problem area.

One of the main causes of hip pain is from prolonged sitting. Whether it be at your desk or in your car, the repeated lack of movement over time leads to chronic hip pain.

Issues of the hip can radiate to the lower back, knees, or ankles. So in order to prevent the pain all together, hip stabilization is crucial. By completing particular strength movements you improve the function and quality of the muscles in your pelvis and hip regions.

Please watch the video below for ideas and guidance on what strength movements to preform:

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Disclaimer: These exercises will not treat injuries but can be used as preventative measures. It is possible that your source of pain is caused by other underlying health concerns. If you continue to experience unbearable, reoccurring pain, be sure to schedule an appointment with your physician or join our physical therapy family and allow us to help you regain function.

Iron Health is located in Briarcliff Manor and the greater Westchester NY area; our neighboring towns include Chappaqua, Mount Kisco, Tarrytown, Irvington and Pleasantville.

Joseph Rendina PT, DPT, OCS

Joseph Rendina PT, DPT, OCS

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Board-Certified Orthopedic Specialist
Joseph received his Doctorate in Physical Therapy from New York Medical College and is also recognized as a Board-Certified Orthopedic Specialist. As a former competitive athlete and weightlifter, Joseph understands the specific needs and demands of the human body. Joseph’s goal is to maintain an active approach to rehab while facilitating recovery.
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