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Hip pain is another very common complaint in the clinic. It is more common in females which I think has more to do with the shape of the pelvis. It is more noticeable when pressure is put on your hips such as when lying on your side in bed or in some car seats which wrap up around the side of your hips. This is usually because of excessive tension in the deep hip muscle called the Piriformis. Like any tight muscle, it becomes ropey and when you put pressure on it, it can't squish out of the way so the pressure on it is very aggravating and painful. This muscle is usually the culprit when you turn over in bed and you get intense hip pain. Again, like any other muscle, if it is tight or hypertonic, it is weak and susceptible to injury and because this muscle runs laterally it does most of the work when you roll over. It also traverses the sacroiliac joint so if it is tight it will disturb the function of the SI joint.
The good news is that there are some excellent exercises that you can do to relieve hip pain. If you are at all concerned about your hip pain then you need to see your osteopath to get a good diagnosis before continuing with the SFL program.
This video introduces you to your hips and pelvis experience, it explains some of the anatomy and includes 3D animation so that you can get a good understanding of what is going on inside your body. You won't want to watch the intro all the time so I have separated the introduction out from the e...
Hip pain is another very common complaint in the clinic. It is more common in females which I think has more to do with the shape of the pelvis. It is more noticeable when pressure is put on your hips such as when lying on your side in bed or in some car seats which wrap up around the side of you...
This is the grunt of posture exercises. This video contains all the exercises you need to develop perfect posture within the parameters of your own personal body type. It contains the in depth exercises from all the necessary regions giving you a more overall comprehensive result. No region in th...