April 12, 2019

Causes and treatment of Tight Hip Flexors

Many people can’t recognize the reason for lower back pain and tight hip flexors. Both of them can cause for muscular imbalances. According to Hip Flexors Info - The Hip Flexors are a combination of five muscles which are connected to the pelvis. These muscles play an important role while moving your hip and walking. We ignore these issues until we get pain in our hip or we can’t move properly or have mobility and flexibility issues.

Hip Flexor injury is caused when the muscles are torn. Hip Flexor injury is divided into three grades which are as follows -

1. Grade 1 - In grade 1 injury there is a minor amount of flexor muscles fibers are torn subsequent in some pain but will function properly.

2. Grade 2 - In grade 2 injury there is a significant number of flexor muscles fibers are torn resulting in likely moderate loss of function.

3. Grade 3 - In grade 3 injury all number of flexor muscles fibers are torn resulting in extreme loss of purpose.

Diagnosis of Hip flexor injury

Diagnosis of hip flexor injury is enough by the examination of a physiotherapist. In severe cases, a further diagnosis like X-Ray, CT scan, and MRI may be required to eliminate other issues.

Signs of Hip Flexor injury

People with this kind of injury will feel mild pain in front of the hips at the time of injury. Cramping and sharp pain it will be difficult for them to walk without limping.

People with severe injury can experience spasms, bruising, and swelling and they will have the difficulty to lift their knee to the chest. You may have to use some crutches for a severe injury.

Recovery time for hip flexor injury

Most Grade 1 Injury can take 1 to 2 weeks to fully recover. Grade 2 injury can take up to 2 weeks for full recovery and Grade 2 injury can take 4 to 8 weeks to fully recover. More severe injuries can take even longer to recover fully.

Home Remedies of Tight Hip Flexors

1.Rest - Resting your legs and body give time your psoas muscle to heal itself. By putting too much strain on your flexor muscle, you can further damage your flexor muscles.

2.Ice - Apply an ice pack for fifteen minutes for every 5 hours to reduce pain. Wrap ice in the towel or any other cotton cloth to avoid ice burn.

3.Compression - Compression bandages can also help avoid further bruising and swelling.

4.Elevation - Try to position yourself in a way that your hip is not the lowest part of your body.

Apart from these home remedies, one can also take different stretches of exercises to recover from Tight Hip Flexors.

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March 04, 2019

How to Unlock Your Hip Flexors

"Famous" Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck present How to Unlock Your Hip Flexors.

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