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Hip Physical Therapy Home Exercise Video Protocols 

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Hip Pain - Physical Therapy Home Exercise Video Program: $26.95


    hip pain 

hip bones

hip arthritis

The hip joint is a ball and socket joint that is meant to withstand repeated motion and wear and tear.  As the hip bone moves within the socket, cartilage helps minimize friction.  However, sometimes, the cartilage may wear down, muscles and tendons may be overused or the hip bone may become fractured due to trauma or bone density issues such as osteoporosis.  Whatever the cause of hip pain, the discomfort may be felt in the thigh, groin, or buttocks.  Occasionally, hip pain may be caused by a lower back condition, so diagnostic testing such as Xrays or MRIs are important for proper diagnosis.  Although activity may increase hip pain when arthritis is present, low impact exercises, stretching and gentle strengthening can help to stabilize the joint and improve mobility. 

Protocol consists of two phases. Phase one focuses on flexibility.  Phase two focuses on strength and includes a follow along session.  Over 30 exercises included.

Total Hip Replacement - Physical Therapy Home Exercise Video Program: $26.95


hip replacement

total hip replacement

A Total Hip Replacement may be considered if medication, activity modification and using an assistive device such as a walker do not manage the hip pain symptoms.  In the United States, more than 285,000 Total Hip Replacements are performed each year.  A Total Hip Replacement removes the damaged bone and cartilage, and replaces it with a metal stem which is placed in the femur, and a metal or ceramic ball which replaces the femoral head.  The damaged cartilage of the socket is replaced with a metal socket and screws or cement is used to hold the socket in place.  Following surgery, most people should avoid high impact activities such as running/jogging and jumping.  Walking, swimming, golf, hiking, biking and dancing are usually allowable.   Exercise is critical immediately following surgery, as your goal should be to resume normal daily activities within 4-6 weeks. 

You will receive a 6 week protocol with over 35 exercises

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