By Dr. Jessica Warnecke, PT, DPT, OCS
Low back pain?
Stiffness after sitting all day at work?
Weakness trying to bend over & pick up your kiddo?
Adding in hip hinge training is SO HELPFUL for all of us!
This is a very functional movement that occurs in some manner throughout the day so knowing how to do it properly can be very useful for:
-Stronger back, legs & core
-Better functional tolerance
Watch the tutorial below where I offer many options you can try out to improve your hinge and get rid of unnecessary pain. I provide a number of different cues so that you can find something that works for YOU :)
If you feel like you still need some assistance mastering this movement & keeping your back healthy, reach out to us! Our team is happy to help in whatever way would be best for you. We offer phone consultations, online visits as well as in-person training sessions in our gym plus we have online low back focused strength programs you can check out and work on your strength from the comfort of your own home.
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Meet Your Therapist
Jessica has been in Austin, TX for the past four years. She grew up in Idaho and attended PT school at Idaho State University. She completed an Orthopaedic Residency and became a Board Certified Orthopaedic Clinical Specialist in 2016.