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10/09/2013 at 10:56 pm #70518Justin MontgomeryParticipant
Hello all,For the past few months I’ve noticed there is a thud/dull popping noise in my right hip capsule area when I transition from a hip full flexion position to full extension (i.e. fire hydrant circles from DeFranco’s agile 8).I’ve been told it’s probably a tight iliopsoas and never worried too much about it until today, when I started feeling some pain in the area and around the lower abdominals.I’ve been voodoo-ing the hamstring and focusing on the medial chain. Just wondering if I am on the right track, or is there something else I should be focusing on?Thanks in advance!Eric
10/10/2013 at 10:04 pm #72963Anonymous
Are you seeing improvements with voodoo flossing?
It sounds like you reached the breaking point with it where the pain showed up.
You reached your body’s tolerance point and now its game over from the pain.
10/10/2013 at 10:47 pm #72966Justin MontgomeryParticipant
Thanks for the comments, there is noticably less pain today. Now I think I just tweaked my right hip flexor, and it’s gotten better today.
I still feel the tendon snapping when I do the fire hydrant circles. Are there specific movements to remedy that?
10/12/2013 at 6:24 am #72971Anonymous
Great to hear of the improvements in your situation.
Your hip may be in the front of the socket.
Make larger circles so you are using the full rom.
Have you seen these episodes?
Episode 363: Pre-Squat Hip Opener Mob-Rx
Episode 347: Stiffness Kills– New Anterior Hip Flossing Tweaks
10/12/2013 at 1:38 pm #72973Justin MontgomeryParticipant
I’ve used the pre-squat hip opener before, and will definitely incorporate it back into my mobilization.Re; Ep 347: If the hip is in the front of the socket, should I be facing away from the pole instead of towards it?
10/13/2013 at 7:40 pm #72978Anonymous
Daily Rx August 23rd
02/06/2014 at 10:10 am #74065Justin MontgomeryParticipant
Hi Kaitlin, thank you so much for posting the aforementioned videos. Having tried the suggested videos, the pain subsided back in November, but I am still having some issues with the iliopsoas snapping over the femur.For the pelvic reset, I find that squeezing the medicine ball between my legs causes my right hip socket to click. Is it possible that the right femur has been pulled laterally? Would a medial distraction or manipulation help in this situation?Thanks in advance!
02/06/2014 at 2:43 pm #74071Anonymous
Good to hear you are seeing improvements with your situation.
I’d recommend seeing someone about it.
This is not a new situation you are dealing with.
As one thing is addressed another is showing up which means the cause of the situation is not getting addressed.
You can chase symptoms for a long time, but the cause needs to be identified to resolve the situation.
02/08/2014 at 8:59 am #74083Justin MontgomeryParticipant
Thanks for the feedback Kaitlin!
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