HipTrac UK has been travelling up and down the country sharing knowledge of the benefit of long axis hip traction and HipTrac for helping people with hip pain. These events include conferences, CPD events for manual therapist and demonstrations at clinical practices. The events have been very successful with excellent knowledge transfer and learning for all involved.
Now HipTrac UK is bringing open days to people who suffer with hip pain. The first of these open days will be on Saturday 31st October from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Moore Osteopathy, 128a Melton Road, West Bridgford, Nottingham NG2 6EP. Use the contacts form to register your interest or call 0115 882 0733 and ensure your place for a FREE basic hip assessment and HipTrac trial.
This will be the first of a number of events up and down the country. If you are a physiotherapist, chiropractor or osteopath interested in hosting an open day at your practice call 0115 882 0733 or visit the contacts page to register your interest.
For individuals suffering with hip pain register your interest in attending an Open Day and keep a look out for an event in your area.
People who suffer with hip know the impact arthritis or pain in the hip can have on the quality of your life. With the right sort of help and advice there are ways of conservatively managing hip pain that can delay and sometimes prevent the need for surgical intervention.
There are many good reasons to find ways of improving the management of your hip pain and we have outlined some of them below.
- An opportunity to improve the quality of your daily life by doing more of the things you like to do.
- Eliminate or reduce the amount of pain medication required and the potential of any side effects from taking drugs.
- For all sorts of reasons many people want to delay the requirement for surgical intervention and the attendant risks for as long as possible.
- If you can reduce pain you can increase your exercise exercise tolerance. It may sound strange but being sensibly active is good for your hips as well as your all round general health.
- Build strength and fitness so in the event of any surgical intervention you are as strong as possible. A stronger patient improves the likelihood of a good outcome and faster the recovery.