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  • Common Causes of Hip Pain

    Common Causes of Hip Pain

    If you’re just starting out on your research journey or have decided upon a total hip replacement, this information will help you understand how the hip works, the most common causes of hip pain, and when hip surgery is recommended. Let’s get started.

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  • Stretches for Tight Hip Flexors

    Stretches for Tight Hip Flexors

    Hip flexors refer to the muscles both in and near the hips that move the legs and the torso. The hip flexor grouping of muscles helps the lower body move, and if those muscles are tight, they can cause pain and stiffness.

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  • Running Done Right – Part 2

    Running Done Right – Part 2

    Heel striking – being a heavy heel striker is common in those with a slower running cadence because of the simple fact that their body mechanics are not allowing them to perform at their maximum potential because, when you’re striking with your heels it tends to mean your hips are behind your feet, so to speak. Not sure what we’re referring to? Well, think of is this way – your hips HAVE to be over your feet to propel you forward (which is the point of running, right?) but, if your feet are in front of your hips you won’t ever be able to effectively propel yourself forward.

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  • Overuse Injuries – Part 2

    Overuse Injuries – Part 2

    As discussed previously, an overuse injury is any type of injury that is caused by repetitive trauma and includes injuries like stress fractures and tendinitis. Overuse injuries tend to occur because of training errors.

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