If you haven’t been following the entire series, get it here: Post 1 – https://gingergarner.com/resurfacing-hip-labral-surgery-post-1/Post 2 – https://gingergarner.com/hip-labrum-postsurgical-musings-post-2-2/Post 3 – https://gingergarner.com/post-surgical-musings-days-4-5-post-3/Post 4 … [Read more...] about Is it a Hip Labrum Retear? Plus Easy Hip Hacks & Yoga in Recovery (8 Week, Post 15)
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Day 47 (Week 6): Snarky Psoas Shutdown & the Importance of Social Support (Post 12) If you haven’t been following the entire series, get it here: Post 1 – https://gingergarner.com/resurfacing-hip-labral-surgery-post-1/ Post 2 – https://gingergarner.com/hip-labrum-postsurgical-musings-post-2-2/ Post 3 – https://gingergarner.com/post-surgical-musings-days-4-5-post-3/ Post 4 – … [Read more...] about Day 47 (Week 6): Snarky Psoas Shutdown & the Importance of Social Support (Post 12)
Recalibrating Yoga for Hip Preservation Yoga is, inarguably, a popular contemplative science, enjoying 36.7 million practitioners in the US alone, up from 20.4 million in 2012.1 A 16 billion dollar industry, yoga is one of the most widely utilized methods of complementary and integrative medicine in America today. In 2008, the editor of Yoga Journal declared “yoga as medicine” as the next great … [Read more...] about Recalibrating Yoga for Hip Preservation
Hip Labrum Q&A – Troubleshooting Painful and Frustrating Clicking Psoas Question from Amy: I’m feeling frustrated. I noticed a little bit of snapping in my groin since surgery, depending on how I move. It's some of the same snapping I had before surgery. I know it's not the joint because it's a different feel. Not the thud pop the joint makes. It feels like something in the groin is rolling … [Read more...] about Hip Labrum Q&A: Troubleshooting Painful and Frustrating Clicking Psoas
Hip Labral Q&A: Hip or Pelvic Pain: The Chicken or the Egg? Not familiar with HLI? Read my recent post on Four “Must Know” tips for identifying HLI Overview: Rehab is necessary for HLI Hip labral injury (HLI) is a relatively new diagnosis in the last 10 years of orthopaedic and rehabilitative care. However, just because HLI is a new diagnosis doesn’t mean the injury is new. In fact, HLI is … [Read more...] about Hip Labral Q&A: Hip or Pelvic Pain – The Chicken or the Egg?
Hip Labral Q&A: How Long Should I Wait to Have Surgery? Question: Dear Ginger, In your opinion is waiting longer until the pain is unbearable better than doing it (having HLI surgery) while the pain is minimal? I ask this because so many surgeons and PT's say "theoretically" waiting is no big deal because you aren't causing more harm to the tear. They all seem to say, it's our choice (on … [Read more...] about Hip Labral Q&A: How Long Should I Wait to Have Surgery?
Four “Must Know” Tips for Identifying Hip Labral Injuries Early Intervention Is Key Acetabular labral tears are reported to be a major cause of hip dysfunction in young patients and a primary precursor to hip osteoarthritis. New technology is helping with improved identification of tears, however the time of injury to diagnosis is still on average 2.5 years, making long-term prognosis … [Read more...] about Four “Must Know” Tips for Identifying Hip Labral Injuries