This program is not recommended to those with new hip replacements. This program is designed with the assumption that there are no co-existing conditions other than joint stiffness, muscle tightness, muscle imbalance and pain.We always encourage everyone to seek medical consult if there are pre-existing conditions to ensure that this program is not contraindicated.
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- Would these programs not recommended for newer hip replacement where they used the frontal approach?
- I sit a lot along with the tennis ball exercises. I’m starting to have right hip pain, what else I can do to loosen up my hips?
- Do you have exercises for someone who is in wheelchair and have tight hip flexor?
- Do you have any testimonials or experience with people using your program post labral tear repair?
- Is it true that babies can get hip problems when put on swings, jumper swings, or walker chairs?
- My hips hurt so bad in the groin area. I also had shoulder surgery. What do I need to do?
- Hip Replacement -I had total hip replacement and had the cup replaced, also had a bone graft. What exercises would you suggest?
- Hip Dislocation Problem