How to Fix a Hip That Is out of Alignment
So does your hip feel out of place and it’s causing pain, discomfort, or other issues?
In this video, Dr. Rowe shows some easy ways to pop your hip back in place for INSTANT RELIEF.
Included are two exercises that will fix a hip that is out of alignment. They’re really easy to do, don’t require any special equipment, and can be done in the comfort of your own home.
Why these exercises are so effective is due to helping reset the ‘ball and socket’ joint of the hip. It’s a type of joint in which a ball-shaped surface of one rounded bone fits into a cup-like depression of another bone.
This allows for a lot of movement in many directions, but also requires a strong support system of soft tissues like cartilage, muscles, and tendons.
That’s why a lot of hip pain comes from soft tissue injuries.
Here’s a key point: your hip range of motion depends on the proper movement of the ball and socket joint. If the soft tissue is strained, it can cause tightness and less range of motion.
Also, the smooth glide of the hips can be impacted, leading to a pop or crack sensation when you try to move it from a locked-up position.
So again, think of these exercises as resetting the hip joint, helping to release tension on the soft tissues supporting the hips, and re-positioning the ball onto the socket.
This should help you have more overall movement in the hips, less tightness and dull, achy pain, and less of those pop and crack sounds.