Medical mystery: What was causing woman’s chronic hip pain?

To ensure that the patient would be able to remain pain-free, I reached out to Brian Warenius, clinic director of Excel Physical Therapy in Blue Bell, for help. In non-traumatic injuries, most symptoms initially come on because the patient had developed a bad habit or some type of weakness in the area. Until these issues are addressed, the patient will often get temporary relief but have a flare-up a few months later.

Warenius said there are two simple and safe exercises that a patient can perform to strengthen and stabilize the back and hip.”

Read the full Inquirer story, here.


More Posts

Addressing Your Dizziness

New Technology Helps Physical Therapists Identify Vestibular Disorders Dizziness and vertigo are among the most common complaints of individuals seeking medical attention, both in the

Meditation to Help Manage Stress

Stressful circumstances can take many forms. Work deadlines, disagreements, and traffic jams are just a few examples. Stress is a part of life that most

Request an Appointment!