Being wheelchair bound can cause hip flexors to tighten up. This is is due to immobility of the hips. The “Unlock Your Hip Flexors” program is an ideal program for you as this program offers modified routines that make the exercises doable whether you are in a sitting or lying down position. We call these modifications “exercise swaps” and they available once you purchased the program. Meanwhile, you can also perform these bed exercises to loosen up your hips: https://web.facebook.com/1862168463995479/videos/vb.1862168463995479/1902554933290165/?type=2&theater
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- What do you suggest for High Hamstring Tendinitis?
- Any suggestions for tendinitis in gluteus medius and ITB?
- Any suggestions for Severe Hip Bursitis?
- What exercises do you suggest for tight hip flexors?
- Any suggestions for Femoroacetabular impingement and labral tear?
- What exercises can be done for my hip flexors since I’m wheelchair bound?
- Could a tight hip flexors be related to a foot drop?
- I have pain in my left thigh and it radiates pain in the left knee. Is this connected somewhere?
- How do you loosen the fascia in your thigh?
- What can you suggest to help with severely limited hip range of motion?