Aquatic Exercises for Hip and Knee Osteoarthritis

Hip and knee osteoarthritis is one of the leading causes of disability throughout the world. Being the most common type of arthritis, osteoarthritis is characterized by inflammation, localized loss of cartilage, and remodeling of surrounding bone. Three major problems of osteoarthritis are decreased quality of life and increased pain and disability. Although there are no…
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Contributors of Low Back Pain: Hip Range of Motion

Low back pain is a common problem across the world. Researchers and clinicians alike continue to strive towards a better understanding of low back pain and the best treatments. One way to try to understanding patients with low back pain is to compare them to people who do not have low back pain. When comparing…
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3 Ways to Help Keep Baby’s Hips Healthy

Human development is truly one of the most fascinating things in life. There is something so precious about babies cuddling, children smiling, and a child saying, “I love you” for the first time. From a physical development perspective, one common, often preventable problem is developmental dysplasia of the hips. Developmental dysplasia is a condition where…
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4 “Need to Know” Facts About Hip Osteoarthritis and 3 Hip Strengthening Exercises

  Do you know anyone with hip pain? Chances are you, or someone you know, experiences hip pain. Studies show that up to 28% of people over the age of 45 have hip pain with evidence of osteoarthritis1. Hip pain can cause difficulty walking, climbing stairs, getting out of a chair, squatting, and a myriad…
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