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  • Fai

    Hi not sure if I've come to the right place anyway I'm a 51 year old male I had fai on both hips in 2014 and had them both fixed I was told by the doctors not to do any high impact activities and no more running which I haven't because I was cycling alot at the moment I've started weight training again I used to powerlift in the army when I was younger. The only problem I'm having is I can't get much information on is it OK to squat and deadlift again I don't want to end up having to have a full hip operation but there's not alot of information out there about is it going to be bad for my hips or ok.

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    Hi there,

    I think you've come to the right place! We have an article and podcast on this topic here:

    In our last article we discussed how to manage muscle injuries of the hamstrings, groin (adductors), hip flexors, and quadriceps. Today we’ll move on to discuss hip pain that is attributed to the “Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome”. Background Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome (FAIS) is a common diagnosis given to individuals with hip pain. While the diagnosis has

    If you are in need of additional individualized guidance, our rehab team would be happy to consult with you.
    IG / YT