Pain in Your Hip When You Squat? Read This!

Having a practice in a gym, one thing that patients commonly complain of is a “pinching” pain in one or both hips during deep flexion (squatting, leg pressing, lunging, etc.) It has been noted  that more than 80% of active adults and teens with hip pain is caused by a condition known as Femoroacetabular Impingment…

Chronic Ankle Sprains? Fix Your Feet With These Simple Drills

Most active people have suffered an ankle sprain at one time or another accompanied by swelling, pain, weakness, and a long road to complete recovery!  Many runners and athletes may find themselves more susceptible to future sprains and strains even after the initial problem has resolved. This is because soft-tissue healing can take anywhere from…

Improve Your Hip Mobility

Much like your shoulder mobility (see here), your hips are also negatively effected by the effects of sitting at that dreaded desk job 40+ hours a week. When discussing your “hip mobility” I am referring to the ability of the pelvis to adapt in different daily movements, such as walking, running, bending down or squatting.…