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1/7/2015 8:50:02 AM - Nick A.
Forgive me, I'm sure this has been asked before. What is the generally accepted way to rehab a hip flexor strain? I know i have no serious injury but my hip flexor pain is preventing me from squatting, going on three weeks now. many thanks for everything yall do.

Rehabbing a strain can be very simple to extremely complicated depending on the extent of the injury.
If you have a simple strain, rest and heat after a few days with soft tissue work is the best route.
Stretching the region , including the hips, quads, calves, and hamstrings on both sides.
Soft tissue care is extrem3 important, so don't neglect it.
Self myofacial work can also be done on thesw areas. I personally do static stretching, smr, and use bands to assist my stretching. Good luck.




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Thomas Deebel D.C.


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