Body Pain

Hip Pain

Who Can Develop Hip Pain?


The driver who during the long drive is positioning his left leg the way that it’s bent and the knee resting on the car door.

The student who is siting for a long time by the desk and leaning on the right elbow thus elevates right shoulder which consequently will misalign the body and result in shortened abdominal external oblique muscle pooling the right hip up which will result in shortened write leg. Sounds familiar?

The office clerk or truck driver who are siting 8 or more hours a day making quad muscles to contract / shortened and elongate / taught the hamstrings. This will result in weakening, tightening and stagnating the lymphatic fluid in Glutes and Piriformis muscles.

The sport people who are training their body in gym religiously, exerting their muscles without feeling when they should stop, often over-force hip joint connective tissues like muscles, ligaments and tendons and as a result finish with having inflammation of such…

People who like to bend one leg and bring the knee tightly to the chest while they are sitting down on the chair, day by day – just because of poor habit.

Someone who loves to sit down with crossed legs… This list can go on and on…

Clinical Relevance

Acupuncture helps you to get rid of any pain including hip pain. Get more understanding about the organs responsible for the health of your muscles, page 95-107, and connective tissues like tendons and ligaments, page 83-94 in my book, Your MindBody Alliance & The Truth About Acupuncture.

Our clinical experience shows that people who are not educated in anatomy and physiology are not aware of how to preserve their health. The lack of knowledge and understanding how mind and body correlate leads people to feel out of control over their own health. Reading this book everyone becomes knowledgeable enough to withstand any body health problem and preserve one’s health.

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