Hip Pain and Hip Arthritis: Stop Pain with Simple Exercises

Hip Pain and Hip Arthritis: Stop Pain with Simple Exercises


34 comments on “Hip Pain and Hip Arthritis: Stop Pain with Simple Exercises

  1. Enlighten From Within Post author

    They are the MOST famous DOC ON THE WEB! They gotten so much better with there videos ❤️ much love guys!!

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  2. Patty Sherwood Post author

    Maybe you could do a video of exercises for physical symptoms of grief, I just lost my firstborn son from cancer and I am experiencing chest pain, panting, crying, screaming. I am taking lots of naps and I get so forgetful. I think I need Lamaze!

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  3. Starfire Fox Post author

    You two are the best. Thank you for your realistic guidance. You've got the best channel for PT.

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  4. Nancy or Keith M Post author

    Another great one. Thank you!
    Who is the boob who clicks the thumbs down lol

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  5. Farooq Ahmed Post author

    I like the chemistry of yours in all the videos. I was just waiting for this one. SIR m suffering from AVN of both Hips joints n Dr's. suggests THR surgery for both. I was diagnosed thru MRI in 2011. SIR m not going for THR bcoz m financially challenged and also m sero positive. Want to know if this exercises will reduce my pain. And is there any permanent cure for my problem. Wish you all the best wishes to you and your family. Thanx plz reply thru video or my email I'd is [email protected]

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  6. Anam Kara Post author

    Another great video. Wish I knew about these movements when I first got diagnosed with AS back in 98, it started in my hips and was fierce for years. Hip flexor and Psoas stretches are critical with chronic pain focused on the mid section. Keep up the awesome U2!!

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  7. kiela17 Post author

    The first time I met my chiropractor, MRI results in hand, he said "I don't treat MRI's. I treat people." BAM! He helped me more than any doctor or neurologist ever had. That's why I love you guys so much! Keeping it real, thank you!!

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  8. sandie lindemeyer Post author

    Just in time! I really needed some good exercises. Walking at the store the other day, I heard a click, sure enough it was my hip, bone on bone I bet. I’ll be 72 and different pains just started at 70. What the heck?

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  9. Andrea Di Sorbo Post author

    I struggle with the internal rotation of my hips:i don't feel any pain but there is almost no range of motion. What could i do to improve it? And what are the most common causes of this problem? Thank you.

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  10. Mariann Reid Post author

    My hip pain and stiffness is after sitting, either in a car or too long in a chair. Once I start walking I can work it out. Do you have suggestions/ exercises for this scenario ?

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  11. Sarah L Post author

    Always doing the best, thank you both for the consistent helpful videos. So happy to see this channel grow!

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  12. Screamin Mime Post author

    Ensure you get a cain that is the correct height!

    I find Hyaluronic Acid and movement exercises [hip circles, leg cricles, standing clam, etc.] relieves the pain, temporarily.

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  13. Sherri Duby Post author

    Hey Bob and Brad have learned so much from you guys. Could you do a video on THR exercises a few years after surgery. What is allowed not allowed for exercises.Keep making us laugh . Love your knowledge.

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  14. Alisha Christi Post author

    You both have helped me a lot, but here's a crazy twist. I quit all dairy, 95% of all my pain is gone. I did not believe this for years, I would never try to quit dairy I thought that was just every one else's problem, I ate yogurt like crazy drink milk use sour cream, eat ice cream I mean I was a dairy alcoholic. I quit it within just a day 2 days 3 days incredible difference in pain, my muscles don't hurt my joints do not hurt.

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  15. MinmumMan999 Post author

    Is there a Bob & Brad coupon code for savings on a Thermotex infrared heating pad order?

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  16. John Jackson Post author

    One quick question. I have a cold pool at my gym and a jacuzzi and sauna. After leg day I will do sauna then, cold pool then, jacuzzi. I have arthritis in my left hip. The question, should I skip the cold pool and just do the heat ? Thanks

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  17. James M. Post author

    I was told I was bone on bone with my left hip and the doctor said they could schedule me for a hip replacement. I have been doing the external rotation of the hip for about 5-6 years now. I stopped for a long while due to other injuries. Doing that exercises made my other problem worse that has finally healed. Now that issue is healed I have been back in the gym. I have been doing the external rotation of the hip everyday for about two month.  My left leg is locked the first rep but after the 3 rotation my leg begins to relax.  I can push it down and get some decent movement.  My plan now is to do the hip external rotation first thing in the morning when I wake up and later at the gym.  Also, maybe during my lunch time at work. My question is if I can relax and stretch this leg where I have no pain maybe I won't need to worry as much about being bone on bone?  I am also doing many other exercises just to note. I have a straight tail bone opposed to a curve. It puts more pressure on my muscles. I have had 3 lower back surgeries with two screws in my back.  Usually, I go to the gym after work.  My back and my leg hurts me usually when I wake up in the morning. After a while in the gym my pain goes away. I walk normally but I do lock up really bad depending on how deeply I stretch. This morning I woke up with no back pain. My leg doesn't bother me also. Just to note: My hip was much worse in the past and so was my back.  My belief is I will fix my problem with hard work and consistency. I believe the foam roller is key to me getting better. Some places I would foam roll in the beginning on the sides of my calves and legs that were incredibly super tight. It hurt really, really, really bad. Now I can foam roll up and down the whole leg without hurting. The knots are being broken.  I believe lunges are important to do for hip problems.

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  18. Ken Kozma Post author

    Thank you both so much for the good that you're sharing to help people get better, including myself.☺️??

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  19. songofangels777 Post author

    I can't even get my bad leg even close to a figure 4, let alone push it down. just diagnosed with severe arthritis in right hip

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