Dr. Ebraheim’s educational animated video describes the motion of the hip. Muscles and nerves involved in hip motion. Become a friend on facebook: http://bit.ly/2rTnJFM Follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/DrEbraheim_UTMC Background music provided as a free download from YouTube Audio Library. Song Title: Every Step
Get the full Mobility & Flexibility video series by MacKenzie Miller Yoga for FREE here: http://bit.ly/2tcDlUa In this video we will test the mobility of the muscles on the front of the hips: your quadriceps and hip flexors. The hip flexors tend to become shortened or tight due to being in a seated for prolonged […]
Rotary Hip Machine Hip Flexion from The Health and Wellness Care Center
QRS Pelvicenter at the Delgado Protocol in Costa Mesa California. Enhance sexual performance and fight ED and incontinence with the QRS Pelvicenter. 1000 Kegel exercises in 15 minutes. http://bit.ly/2tcOpkc http://bit.ly/2seJ2Uo Enhance sexual performance and fight ED and incontinence with the QRS Pelvicenter. 1000 Kegel exercises in 15 minutes. Indications for the QRS Pelvicenter include Improved […]
A quick demonstration of the 2-joint hip flexor position, as outlined in the blog article “The Truth About Flexibility: part 3”. Give it a read! http://bit.ly/2sf0wjC
http://bit.ly/2tcH6c5 This hip flexor is often tight but also difficult to properly stretch. Owing to its attachments to the spine and thigh, hours of sitting and driving encourage over-activity of the psoas. This safe relaxation technique is a good place to start before getting into more intricate stretches. Do the relaxation for as long as […]
Stretch those pesky hip flexors with Sarah Spivey, Owner of Balance Through Movement Pilates located in Lafayette, CO.
Lock down stance leg and pull movement leg into end range flexion. Let go and hold position. Hold for as long as possible. Reset and repeat.
Demonstrating hip circumduction after hip arthroscopy, Phase I
Stand up straight and keep back flat and tall. Big chest. Flex your knee up above 90 degrees (your waist line) and hold for 5 sec per rep. Avoid leaning backwards or to the side for compensation/to cheat.