The hip is a key conduit between the torso and lower body which takes on the most stress of any joint and
therefore is the strongest joint in the body. It’s a “ball and socket” joint that combines high mobility,
stability, and strength.
The high demands placed on it and its relationship with the lower back commonly leads to injuries and
discomfort in the region, particularly external muscle discomfort and weakness.
I’ve worked with a variety of hip cases ranging from impingement to “piriformis syndrome” to bursitis to
“sciatica” to labral tears to hip flexor and hamstring strains and tendinopathy with a wide range of
demographics including high schoolers, olympic qualifying professional athletes, middle aged office
workers, police officers & servicemen, elite and recreational runners, seniors and touring singers and
If you’re dealing with a hip injury or are post-surgery and want to return to 100%, I can help.