The hips have a major influence on our movement and posture. They connect the upper and lower body and support our weight. That’s why issues such as imbalances in hip muscle strength or range of motion in the hip joints can cause pain not just in the hip area but throughout the body, even as far away as your head, neck, jaws, and feet. EW’s effective treatment strategies for a variety of conditions often begin with restoring strength and range of motion at the hips. Our Motion Specialist team consists of Nationally Certified Physical Therapists, fitness professionals and instructors. We can evaluate your body and begin an effective process to treat hip issues and help restore function.

Common diagnoses include: Femur Fracture, Greater Trochanteric Bursitis, Groin Strain, Hamstring Injuries, Hip Bursitis, Hip Fracture, Hip Impingement (Femoroacetabular Impingement), Hip Labral Tears, Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS or “IT Band Syndrome”), Legg-Calvé-Perthes Disease, Osteoarthritis of the Hip, Pelvic Fracture (Hip Fracture), Pelvic Pain, Meralgia Parasthetica (Bernhardt-Roth Syndrome), Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis, Snapping Hip Syndrome

For more information about this or other common issues visit the The American Physical Therapy Association.


EW Motion Therapy’s goal is to help our clients reach their optimal level of mobility so that whatever they do, they can do it better. We use a medically based, whole-body system to evaluate, treat, and prevent movement problems. Our system addresses our clients’ movement dysfunctions, eliminates their pain, and improves their performance.

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