11 Responses to “What type of Doctor should I see for hip pain?”

  1. Sara says:

    Ask your primary care physician for a referral to an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in spine and hip pain. They’ll be well-suited to discuss therapy or surgical options if you need them.

    Good luck! (And no one should have to live with hip or back pain, it’s horrible.)

  2. BackInsight says:

    Nicely done. You show @1:20 how the pelvis muscle unlocks over time to become a left looking pelvis. This is a big problem for many. Lengthen the whole body to change for the better the poorly stretched psoas and periformus muscles. Lengthen the thighs from the pelvis and the lumbar from the pelvis.

  3. smutpolice007 says:

    i tried googling for myoskeletal alignment therapy here in the Philippines but cant find one on the results but was very glad because it led me to your site, i was wondering if you could give me info to some practioners ofmyoskeletal alignment therapy here in the Philippines because i have chronic back pain for almost 12 years now due to a sport injury in college. All help would be greatly appeciated. Carlo

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  6. amarcosdurock2009 says:

    very good for my Technical English classes

  7. shincheck says:

    i have a anterior rotated pelvis but also a flat back how can this be treated. thanks

  8. bizyvisat says:

    A part in a video at around 1:39 min. on time scale. The technique is very much similar to the femoral sheer test. (test used to verify involvement of the same side SI joint dysfunction. actually compressing the interested side of the SI joint to reproduce pain & symptoms.One of the pain provocative test to determine the side of SI joint involvement.

  9. bizyvisat says:

    wow..

  10. trisoma1 says:

    Thanks for the great samples. If more Massage Therapists, Chiropractors and PT’s knew such techniques, then some doctors might go out of business. Table is best for much work, but personally I prefer barefoot deep tissue on the Piriformis and Gluteals prone or side-lying.

  11. gmb75 says:

    can’t wait to see the whole set!!

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