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  • Hip and Groin Injuries That Affect Hockey Goalies

    Hip and Groin Injuries That Affect Hockey Goalies

    Ice hockey is a physically demanding sport involving rapid movements and specialized techniques, making it one of the most injury-prone sports.

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  • 5 Stretches That Can Help Mitigate Hip Pain

    5 Stretches That Can Help Mitigate Hip Pain

    The hip joint is one of the most important joints in the human body. It is formed by the head of the femur (thigh bone) fitting into the acetabulum of the pelvis, enabling a wide range of motion to the legs while bearing the weight of the upper body. 

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  • What Are the Most Common Skiing Injuries?

    What Are the Most Common Skiing Injuries?

    Skiing can be exciting for many, but its classification as an extreme sport means participants are prone to a range of musculoskeletal injuries.

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  • Football Injury: How Long Does It Take for a Hip Flexor To Heal

    Football Injury: How Long Does It Take for a Hip Flexor To Heal

    The time it will take for a hip flexor injury to heal largely depends on the injury’s severity. Grade I strains heal relatively quickly. Players can begin a tailored rehabilitation program within two weeks, focusing on gentle stretching and strengthening exercises.

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  • How Long Until I Can Play a Sport After a Labral Repair

    How Long Until I Can Play a Sport After a Labral Repair

    If your hip labrum is torn due to a sports injury, your surgeon may recommend labral repair to treat it. Labral repair is a type of surgery that aims to reverse damage to the labrum. The labrum is the thick cartilage that lines

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  • What Are the Advantages of Hip Arthroscopy?

    What Are the Advantages of Hip Arthroscopy?

    Patients can experience hip pain for various reasons. Causes like sports injuries, arthritis, musculoskeletal injuries, and other diseases affected by factors like age, weight, and lifestyle can lead to hip pain.

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  • How to Prepare for a Periacetabular Osteotomy Procedure

    How to Prepare for a Periacetabular Osteotomy Procedure

    The hip joint is a crucial body part that we often take for granted. When it is affected by a particular orthopedic condition, standing, running and walking become difficult tasks due to the pain.

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  • What are The 5 Hip Treatment Options?

    What are The 5 Hip Treatment Options?

    Hip mobility is crucial but often overlooked until it's compromised. With the increasing prevalence of hip injuries and arthritis, it's essential to understand the treatment options available so patients can experience optimal body function once again.

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  • What Is the Recovery Time for Hip Resurfacing Surgery?

    What Is the Recovery Time for Hip Resurfacing Surgery?

    Like with any joint in the body, the hip can be damaged due to injury, overuse, or disease. One of the treatments available for conditions affecting the hip joint is hip resurfacing surgery.

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