Grab a chair for these hip pain exercises and let’s reduce the inflammation you are experiencing in your hips.
Hip pain can be anywhere from just annoying to excruciating.
And there are so many possibilities that could be causing it: arthritis, hip bursitis, tight or pulled muscles, or even something originating in your back.
What Is Hip Bursitis?
Bursitis is inflammation of the bursa, small sacs of fluid that act as cushions around our joints. When the bursa around our hip joints are inflamed, it’s known as hip bursitis, and it can be very painful.
By using some gentle movement with these hip bursitis exercises, we are enhancing blood flow to the area to supply the needed nutrients, oxygen and antibodies necessary for healing and take away any toxins resulting from the inflammation.
The light stretching will help free up the ball and socket and promote improved range of motion.
There are many other factors that contribute to hip pain. Some of the major ones include:
-An underlying condition, like arthritis
-Bursitis, which as mentioned above is when inflamed sacs of liquid form between the bones
-A small bone fracture
-Pulled muscle from injury or overuse
-Improper posture or back pain, which is causing you to transfer pressure to your hips
Pointers For Hip Pain Exercises
As you progress through these hip pain exercises, any moves that cause more than mild discomfort should not be repeated. It will only inflame the area more.
Likewise, do not over stretch the hip.
Just go to the point of mild tension in order to free up the joint.
As with all exercise, some will work for you and some will not. Try to pinpoint the ones that bring comfort or just do a few different ones each day in order to decide what works best for you.
The goal to be pain free is our mission here.
Here’s to FEELING GOOD!
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