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Hiptrac - Leading the revolution in hip therapy
Hiptrac - Leading the revolution in hip therapy
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What can HipTrac do for a pro athlete with no hip injury? Read the full interview. https://buff.ly/2JhDhvj
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Or if your hip hurts? Same advice! This is a good article about managing joint pain. You cannot get rid of it completely but you can reduce it.
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Dr Tony Rocklin PT will be lecturing on hip traction 10:30 to 12 noon in San Antonio Saturday, 24 March 2018 at the USAF Advanced Physical Therapy Course J5 OZO 42B3.
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Whether or not patients have surgery, physical therapists design specific exercise and treatment programs to manage pain and get people with #hipOA moving again. #Hiposteoarthritis can't be cured, but PTs can treat the symptoms.
Osteoarthritis of the Hip
Osteoarthritis of the Hip
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Find out more at HipTrac.com
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Simon Gerber is part of the Kempton Motocross team of re-racing from Kempten. Simon is a metal worker at Norm Aufzüge AG Frauenkappelen who started riding a Honda CR50 when he was four and won his first Motocross championship in Freiburg at 16. He's very active - as part of his Motocross training for Motocross, he jogs, bikes, and races regularly.

Over the last year, Simon faced an increasing amount of hip pain that disrupted his life and threatened his continuing Motocross participation. Here's his story of beating the pain and regaining his life.

"Hi, I'm Simon Gerber, 31 years old and actively involved in motocross racing, bike racing and biking.
I want to share my experience with the HipTrac with you.

For more than a year, I had strong hip pain, mostly at night, so I would wake up and have to walk through the apartment until the pain eased. After consultation with my sports doctor and my physical therapist, I started taking a painkiller to sleep. The pain increased to the point that it was hard to train with my road bike and with my mountain bike.

During the season, I worked with my sports doctor and with my physical therapist, but nothing we tried helped.
Just before the end of the season, I was examined again. After an MRI, I learned that hip pain came from damaged cartilage, mixed impingement, a ruptured crack and bursitis.

Just before Christmas, I was introduced to HipTrac. At that point, I was willing to try anything because I had nothing to lose. Within two weeks, I felt a little improvement. Now, after using HipTrac for six weeks, I'm really happy. I can sleep without painkillers and I'm actively training in the Motocross preseason.

My conclusion: HipTrac worked for me! I recommend it to everyone with hip pain to control the pain and regain control of their life."
#HipTrac #HipPain #Motocross
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Dr Tony Rocklin PT will be presenting at the 4th annual OHSU PT symposium Saturday, April 21, 2018. The topic is "Management of the Active Patient with Hip OA".
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What is your favorite exercise?
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What are patients and their therapists saying about HipTrac?
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