Labral Tear – Living and Running with Hip Impingement | Runnerclick

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69% of asymptomatic people have labrum tears.
So if you have pain you do NOT need to have pain!

It’s a myth that you have to stop running

It’s a myth that stretching is the answer

It’s a myth that a cortisone shot, acupuncture or deep massage is the solution

It’s a myth that surgery is necessary

Learn to load you’re posterior chain – that’s you’re glutes which propel you forward when you hike, run or jump. They also absorb the shock when you land during running.

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Labral Tear – Living and Running with Hip Impingement | Runnerclick

Hip impingment doesn't mean you have to quit running. A physial therapist can teach you strength training to help you run with FAI and a hip labral tear.

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