Hip Physiotherapy

Hip Impingement Physiotherapy

Hip Impingement Physiotherapy Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) is a hip condition in which extra bone grows along one or both of the bones that form the hip joint. This causes the bones to rub against each other during movement, causing pain. FAI involves a shift in the anatomy of the hip joint, which is a result [...]

2021-06-04T15:27:28+10:00June 4th, 2021|Hip, Sports Focus Physio Therapy Blog|

Why Improve Hip Mobility

Why Improve Hip Mobility We humans have evolved our bodies for long distance migration (walking and running). However, despite this, foot, ankle and knee injuries are very prevalent. Why is this the case? A lot of us have sadly lost our ability to perform all the physical activities that our body has evolved to do. [...]

2021-04-21T09:47:30+10:00April 21st, 2021|Hip, Sports Focus Physio Therapy Blog|

Hip and Groin Physiotherapy

Hip and Groin Physiotherapy Hip and groin pain can occur due to a range of reasons, including: Osteoarthritis Sporting injury Bursitis Muscle imbalances Nerve pain These can, over time, contribute to poor loading in the feet and ankles, resulting in pain and difficulty carrying out regular day to day tasks. How does hip and groin [...]

2021-01-29T09:18:21+10:00January 21st, 2021|Hip, Pelvis - Groin, Sports Focus Physio Therapy Blog|

Hip Pain Physiotherapy

Hip Pain Physiotherapy What is hip pain? Hip pain is usually felt when the hip joint and its supporting structures are damaged or irritated. Some injuries that can cause hip pain include: Hip flexor strain Trochanteric bursitis Osteoarthritis in the hip ITB band syndrome Labral tear Iliopsoas bursitis Sciatica Snapping hip Stress fracture in the [...]

2020-12-22T15:00:35+10:00December 22nd, 2020|Hip, Sports Focus Physio Therapy Blog|

Treating Knee or Hip Osteoarthritis

Treating Knee or Hip Osteoarthritis We all know of someone with knee or hip osteoarthritis. It’s frightening how many times we hear that surgery is the answer to this disease, because surgery is not the first line of treatment you should seek for knee or hip osteoarthritis. Instead, working with a physiotherapist on pain management [...]

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