Hip pain comes in many different styles. You can have sciatic pain, which shoots down the leg, the sides of your hips can ache after running to walking too much, or it can be a dull ache or a sharp pain. Either way, it is important to add massage therapy to your care for hip pain.
The hips are the bridge between the upper body and the lower body. Basically, if you have an issue somewhere on your upper body, eventually it will get to your hips, then affecting your lower body. If you have dysfunction or pain in your legs, ankles, or feet, it travels up straight to your hips. Hips are used for almost every activity. You use them for standing, walking, running, sitting, and more. And pain in the hips can affect the rest of your body.
With how many muscles intersect and are used for basic hip related motions, massage is a great choice to help manage, and sometimes eliminate, hip pain. Many types of massage are designed to increase flexibility and range of motion within the hip joints and can help to open nerve pathways, decrease pain, and increase abilities.
All of our therapists are well trained in hip-related injuries and rehabilitation through hip massage.
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