In part one of our hip impingement series, we discussed critical themes for initial management with runners. If you have not had a chance to read that post, check it out HERE. After we have removed the aggravating positions or movements and began challenging the hip with more “hip-friendly” exercise variations, we want to expand on how we are challenging the …
What FAI is, What it’s Not and How That Affects its Management (Part I)
The body of research on FAI (hip impingement) has increased substantially over the past few years. The number of runners and triathletes treated with this diagnosis seems to be growing too. Most runners are told they have a misshaped bone in their hip that irritates the joint, causes a labral tear, or relates to another hip “issue.”
Let’s set some basics on what FAI is and what it is not.
“My Glutes Aren’t Firing”
Health care providers regularly tell runners they have a plethora of problems. They aren’t flexible enough, run with a heel strike, and don’t have weak glutes. They’re lucky even to be standing!
4 Missed Components of Running After Knee Surgery
Returning to training after knee surgery is challenging. Whether you’ve had a meniscectomy, ligament repair, or other procedure, the road back is long and bumpy. We can do a better job of smoothing out the path.