This program may or may not address misalignment of your hip joint. Depending on the nature of misalignment. If it is caused by tight flexor muscles like the psoas, then most likely you will benefit from this program. Please note that when there is muscle imbalance, our spine will always adjust itself to compensate, to maintain upright posture. However, this compensatory movement of the spine jeopardizes its normal curve that is why you may feel some twisting. Another reason may be some structural changes in your spine (i.e. spondylolisthesis) or hip (i.e. dislocation, hypermobility) and can only be validated through X-rays or MRI. It is best to have it assessed by a doctor for proper diagnosis and management before engaging into any exercises.
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- My spine is twisting, will this help if your hips are out of alignment?
- Is it important to follow the hip flexors exercises in the exact order?
- Hip labrum repaired, osteoarthritis in the knee. Can this program accommodate for not bearing weight on the knee?
- Double hernia repair and looking for a core workout. Would this be safe?
- I have inflamed flexor and glutes on the right side. Will this program help?
- Would Pudendal Neuralgia be relieved using this modality?
- What exercises can be done for my hip flexors since I’m wheelchair bound?
- Can I do this program for my Parkinson’s disease with very tight hip flexors?
- I have a torn labrum in my hip. Is it safe to do the UYHF?
- Is it a good idea to exaggerate the stretches?