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The hip joint supports the weight of the body in both static and dynamic postures. The hip is a ball and socket joint allowing a great deal of movement. The hip joint is supported by ligaments and the movements of the hip joint are performed by a number of muscles.


Mobilisations of the hip joint by experienced physiotherapistAbove: Mobilisations of the hip joint by experienced physiotherapist



The most common hip injuries the physiotherapists at Physio.co.uk see are:


Passive stretch of the muscles and connective tissues of the hip by specialist therapistAbove: Passive stretch of the muscles and connective tissues of the hip by specialist therapist



Other less common injuries we treat are:


Passive stretch of the muscles and connective tissues of the hip and pelvis by specialist therapistAbove: Passive stretch of the muscles and connective tissues of the hip and pelvis by specialist therapist



Fractures:


Progressive strengthening hip exercises supervised by experienced therapistAbove: Progressive strengthening hip exercises supervised by experienced therapist