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Trigger Point Blog — Snapping Hip Syndrome

Trigger Point Therapy - Snapping Hip Syndrome

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  Snapping Hip Syndrome - Releasing Trigger Points in Gluteus Maximus   Snapping hip syndrome is a condition where a snapping or popping sensation is felt in the hip with hip flexion and extension It is most commonly caused by a tendon snapping over a bony prominence. This syndrome may present with or without pain and is particularly prevalent in dancers. External Snapping External snapping hip syndrome can be the result of a tight ‘Iliotibial band’ (ITB) or gluteus maximus tendon snapping over the greater trochanter of the femur. When landing from a jump, running, climbing or squatting these tendons...

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