Hip bursitis, Labrum Tear, Psoas Strain, S-I problem or Low Back? Pain in this are is often hard to distinguish and diagnose. You can help clear up the clinical picture by using the FABER test. F.A.B.E.R. is an acronym for Flexion, Abduction, External Rotation and it's a simple test you can do at home to
Real Time Low back & Hip Stretching for chronic lower back and hip tightness and pain. If I don't stretch out on a regular basis, my lower back and hips will start to ache. And at 52, I don't have a lot of room for error. I try and get this routine done everyday to
A common cause of hip pain are tight knots or trigger points in the gluteus medius muscle. If the gluteus medius trigger points are activated then pain may be felt all the way down the leg. Usually you can work trigger points 3-5 times per week and you should start to feet better with less
My latest basketball injury involved receiving a deep thigh bruise about 1 week ago. The bruise then turned in to a hematoma and I made 2 mistakes that will probably prolong my healing about 1 week. Watch this short video and I hope you learn from my mistakes, Thanks, Ed Deboo, PT Bellingham Physical Therapy
Not sure if you are using your cane the right way? Check out this short video just to be safe... Let me know if you have any questions ~ Thanks, Ed Deboo, PT Physical Therapy, Bellingham, WA https://youtu.be/P-Gs3bsj6TE
Are you taking Lyrica for sciatic pain? You may want to check this out: A small study in Australia has found that pregabalin – a drug more widely known under the brand name Lyrica -- works no better than a placebo at relieving leg pain caused by sciatica. The findings, published in the current issue
Is your training program neglecting 25% of your body? How much time are you spending on foot and ankle mobility? As clinicians assessing foot mobility, here are just a few of the questions we need to ask: 1. does the talus move in the tunnel? 2. is the training wheel (5th Metatarsal) functioning well 3.
Physical Therapy video on how to help your hip pain by using a foam roller, tennis ball, and Lacrosse ball. Sorry about the interruptions from by dog Romeo! Let me know if you have any questions, Thanks, Ed Deboo, Physical Therapist, Bellingham, Washington https://youtu.be/1SFFRs6q168