Do you know why most people with hip pain never really get rid of it, and have to “learn to live with it”?
It’s because most doctors and health professionals believe hip pain is caused by the hips. And this makes sense, because it seems obvious, right? Based on this belief, doctors and other health professionals prescribe exercises, stretches and therapy aimed at strengthening and healing the hips.
But, very few people with hip pain get better doing this, and it’s because the doctors and physical therapists don’t realize they’ve incorrectly diagnosed the problem.
In most cases of chronic, persistent hip pain, the real culprit, the real cause, is a small muscle that’s located NEAR THE HIPS, called the Gluteus Medius. And treatments aimed at the hips don’t target the Gluteus Medius at all, so the problem persists!
If you look at the latest medical papers and studies, you’ll find that they all point to the answer - that most hip pain is caused in large part by weakened or injured Gluteus Medius muscles.
But unfortunately, most doctors and health professionals don’t take the time to read and study the latest medical findings. And this is why they are misdiagnosing chronic pain, and prescribing the wrong treatment plans. They don’t even realize that their patient is doomed to fail before they even do the first exercise!