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  • Sprains
  • Tendinitis
  • Bursitis
  • Arthritis
  • Labral tears
  • IT band syndrome
  • Piriformis syndrome
  • Total hip replacement
  • Degenerative changes
  • Muscle imbalance

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Groin Pain? It May Actually Be Your Hip.


Has anyone out there ever suffered with a groin pull?  It is not a very fun injury to deal with and these can be fairly tricky to rehabilitate.  But there are injuries that occur in this general region that you might think is a pulled groin muscle or a tight hip flexor muscle but it is something entirely different. I recently saw someone today who came to see me with a “groin injury”.   She had been living with it for 2 years and had been treating it as a muscle problem.  She assumed it was a problem with her groin muscle ... read more »

 

Manual therapy shown to reduce pain in hip patients


Manual Therapy - Hip

By Cliff Collins Article published in the Scribe Newspaper Tony Rocklin, PT, DPT would like to help end the vicious cycle that patients with hip osteoarthritis experience and move them toward greater mobility and pain relief. Rocklin, a certified orthopedic manual therapist and director of Therapeutic Associates’ downtown Portland clinic, said the traditional model of treating such patients – including giving pain medications and encouraging patients to exercise and, when applicable, to lose weight – has drawbacks as well as a low compliance rate. Medications can be important in helping delay surgery, but they also have negatives, including cost, side effects and potential dependence. And ... read more »

 

Iliotibial (IT) Band Injury Preventing Exercise


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Dear TAI Experts: How would you treat an IT Band injury? I want to get back to being able to sweat again (i.e. aerobic activity) ASAP. Can you help?  ... read more »
 

Exercises to Help Hip Pain


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Dear TAI Experts: 

I have arthritis is both hips. The pain is excruciating. What exercise, if any, can I do to perhaps help this condition?? What can I do when I bend down, but then can't get up due to the amount of pain? I don’t appear to have any strength there. Help please. 

A desperate, single 53 yr old.

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Overuse Injuries in Fall Sports


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As the days become shorter and the nights colder, high school sports are on the minds of many students and parents throughout Central Oregon. Whether it is football or soccer, volleyball or cross-country, Bend is home to many outstanding young athletes. With the start of fall sports we often see an increasing number of these athletes being referred to physical therapy with a variety of overuse injuries. Young athletes are more prone to develop overuse injuries than their adult counterparts because their developing musculoskeletal systems are oftentimes not prepared to handle the stresses being placed on them. Additionally, off-season conditioning ... read more »

 
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