Hip Stabilizers

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While we commonly think of the hip in regards to mobility, one of the biggest sources of faulty movement stems from a lack of stability at the hip.  Stability of the hip is a function of the internal and external rotators of the hip.  These two muscle groups are found in close proximity to one another.  Commonly, these structures can become glued or tacked onto one another.   This gluing or tacking inhibits the ability to these muscles groups to contract, thus limiting their ability to stabilize the pelvis.  An unstable pelvis transmits aberrant forces either up or downstream resulting in:

  • Low back pain
  • Knee pain
  • Hip pain

 

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Dr. Brooks Newton
Dr. Brooks Newton

Dr. Brooks Newton is a licensed Doctor of Chiropractic as well as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, a CrossFit Level 1 Trainer, and a CrossFit Mobility Trainer. He specializes in the treatment of orthopedic and sport injuries which has lead him to work with athletes from the ranging from the NFL, NHL, Crossfit Games, NCAA Div I, II, and III, and the Chinese Olympic Teams.

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