Pelvis/ Hips

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Active Care

Focus is on diagnosing and treating current conditions: resolving inflammation, irritation, and pain as well as releasing nerve impingement, joint


Enhanced Performance

Enhanced performance is designed for patients that may not currently have a specific injury, but would like to be proactive and assessed for any ne


Functional ReEducation

Functional ReEducation exercises develop the stability, flexibility, and strength needed in the core and postural muscles in order to maintain prop

Related Conditions
Sciatic Nerve Impingement (Piriformis Syndrome)

Piriformis syndrome is a dysfunction in which the piriformis muscle becomes overactive and tight which creates mechanical stress and compression on the sciatic nerve. Symptoms may include gluteal pain and pain/numbness down the leg.

Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve Impingement
Greater Trochanteric Bursitis

The greater trochanteric bursa is located in the outer, upper leg (femur) and if it becomes inflamed, will create bursitis. Dealing with the local inflammation of the bursa is important, however, evaluating what muscles and joints are imbalanced that created the bursitis in the first place is key in creating a long term resolution of the bursitis.

Iliopectineal Bursitis (Groin Sprain)
Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Syndrome
Sacrotuberous Ligament Syndrome
Muscle Strains

Muscle strains are caused by work overload and a tearing of the muscle tissue (Grade I, II, or III). It is important to have this evaluated in order to know when to return to activity.

Stretches + Exercises
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3100 Timmons Ln, Suite 450
Houston, TX 77027
(713) 629-9200

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1801 Kingwood Dr, Suite 180
Houston, TX 77339
(713) 629-9200

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