You’ve developed a dull ache in one or both of your hips that’s become a mostly constant companion, sometimes flaring with certain activities or positions. Here, we take a look at what might be behind the problem.
When it comes to musculoskeletal issues of any kind, there’s no problem in which physical therapy can’t play a positive role. To give you an idea, we present five of the many benefits of physical therapy.
You dive for that pickleball shot or take a tumble on the slopes and you feel a tightness along your spine, reminding you to take care of your back and neck. Here are some tips that will help protect your spine.
While hip dysplasia is something that you’re born with, oftentimes it’s not until adulthood that the structural issue becomes problematic. Here’s a look at some of the signs of hip dysplasia and why treatment is important.
You’re undergoing a hip arthroscopy to regain the ability to move freely again — and you’d like to know when that will be. While there’s no definite recovery timeline after a hip arthroscopy, there are some rules of thumb.
It starts out as an ache after you’ve been active. All too soon, the discomfort becomes more constant and begins to have a serious effect on your life. While there’s no cure for osteoarthritis, there are ways to slow the disease.