Hip Pain and Replacement

Atrophied butt (gluteal) muscles can cause joint stress in the knees, low back (lumbar spine), and/or the hip. This can be a result of too much sitting and/or inappropriate and/or excessive exercise. Some individuals suffer from all three, but very rarely will all three hurt at the same time; this is known as The Pain Process.

Individuals who have hip pain usually have back pain and knee pain also. This can be daunting, overwhelming, and soul-crushing. Chronic pain can affect your emotional state and it is a constant reminder that something is wrong.

Let's be honest. Some people prefer surgery, and these types of individuals may benefit from hip replacement surgery in the short-term. But if you are not this person, then do
core exercises until your gluteal muscles are sore. I used to have hip pain and knee pain. When I started doing core exercises to fix my knee injury, my hip pain vanished. It was like a magic trick, only it wasn’t magic, it was core training.

Hip replacement surgery
IS invasive and life changing. Core training CAN BE life changing. Which one is right for you?

Jon has more than
40,000 hours as a personal trainer and can be reached at info@CoreFitnessNJ.com or 732-475-0142.