Dr. Dan Schumann, DPT,
Owner of PhysioBin PT
Is Hip Pain Hindering Your Ability To Perform Daily Activities Like Weightlifting, Running, Jumping, Squatting, Stair Climbing, Getting Out Of A Low Seat, Sleeping, Or Standing Up From A Chair?
Are these descriptions you?
We’re Here to Assist You in Discovering Lasting Solutions!
Typical Hip Conditions We Treat:
The Most Common Causes
Approach to PhysioBin Physical Therapy
Treatments for the Hips
What You Need to Know
- Tissues Heal: The body is meant to repair itself, but occasionally our system becomes stuck in the inflammatory phase of tissue repair and needs assistance to get to the recovery phase.
- The true cause of discomfort is frequently unrelated to X-ray and MRI imaging results. On imaging, tissue injury that causes no discomfort or functional limits is possible. It is also possible to have pain with no obvious findings on imaging, which is frequently caused by nerve tissue oversensitivity.
- Soreness after exercise is not desirable, but it is not necessarily a cause for concern. True strength gains necessitate a system overload, which causes micro-damage. When that tissue heals, it becomes thicker and stronger than before. Soreness should be utilized to determine whether the tissue is ready to take on additional load, whether it should remain at the current level, or whether training intensity should be reduced until the tissue is more prepared.
- Through appropriate education, proper mechanics, and progressive tissue loading, it is nearly always possible to return to previous/desired activities.