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Hip Hook - Holiday Deal!


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Get fast, long-lasting pain relief for the same price as one physical therapy appointment.

The Hip Hook eliminates tightness at the core of the hip flexor and quickly reduces pain and strain in the legs, hips, and lower back. Say goodbye to pain caused by hours of desk-sitting, traveling, or working from your couch (yes, we see you). The Hip Hook is the world’s first tool designed to specifically release tension in the iliacus muscle and address the root cause of the problem.

Buy the Hip Hook now to get an exclusive price of $20 off!

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We know you'll love it. But just in case, there's a 30-day money-back guarantee on the Hip Hook. We will honor returns until January 15th for your holiday gifts. 'Tis the season!

Shipping status: Due to conditions beyond our control (the upcoming holiday season and COVID-19) it may take longer than usual to receive your order. Even though we are paying for 3 day shipping from our carriers, current ground shipping rates can take up to 14 business days to deliver.

This means that an order after December 7 may require expedited shipping to arrive before Christmas.

Late presents are the best presents. It's worth the wait.

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12/04/2020
Patricia H.
United States United States
  • What type of issue brought you to this product? I have had what was diagnosed as trochanter bursitis for over 2 years. Not sure this is a correct diagnosis. My discomfort radiates down my IT band and quadricep muscle.
  • What activity do you believe is responsible for this issue? I have arthritis in my left knee due to many many years of competitive running. I was favoring my left knee during my walks and was compensating with the right side of my body.
A Fantastic Tool

I get such pain relief every time I use the hip hook. I am not sure it will "cure" my hip issue but the fact is that temporary relief is better than none. I have only used it about a week. When I get it in what I believe is the correct spot, I can feel a release of tension down into my quad muscle. I hope in time of daily use, I will continue to feel better and better. I have had steroid injections in my spine and my hip earlier this year, as I was having discomfort in my lower back as well. That has subsided but I am still plagued with my painful hip.

SM
12/03/2020
Sylvia M.
United States United States
Happy Hip, Happy To be Hooked

I have had lower back pain for 35 years. I have tried everything. I have used the hip hook 4 times, and received more relief from this than anything else. I have spent a fortune on every method out there. Thank you!

12/03/2020
Hip Hook by Aletha

Hi Sylvia! This is Christine Koth, inventor of the Hip Hook. Thank you so much for taking the time to leave such a thoughtful review of your experience with the Hip Hook thus far. It brings me great joy to hear you are benefitting from the tool after your decades of built-up pain. This is SO amazing. I think your story could help so many. On that note, I was wondering if you would be interested in hopping on a Zoom call with me sometime to chat more about what led you to the Hip Hook and how it has helped you for a testimonial for our website and social media potentially? If you aren't interested, no worries. Just thought I would throw the offer out there! I am so happy for you! Live with Ease, Christine

NM
12/02/2020
Nancy M.
United States United States
  • What type of issue brought you to this product? Spinal fracture
  • What activity do you believe is responsible for this issue? MVA
Hip hook

In 1994 I was in a MVA and had a psoas evulsion fracture of my spine at T12 L1 that left me with traumatic scoliosis and chronic pain. Fortunately, I am a physical therapist and knew what exercises and massage to do. The hip hook allows me to access and release psoas tightness! I do want to caution users to be gentle and slow in using this tool. Gains can be made without triggering inflammation and rebound protection when application is “soft” and NOT aggressive.

RH
12/01/2020
Randy H.
United States United States
Hooked for Life!!!

I was a bit skeptical about this product seeing it pop up on my FB feed however I do know how hard it is to get to these specific muscles and always ask my massage therapist to go after them. I ordered and gave it a try - a bit painful at first but immediate relief so I had my wife give it a try - now she is on it all the time - way more than I am. On Thanksgiving my son-in-law who has a job in a big box store and on his feet walking an average of 10 miles a day thus pain - worked on him too! This is a tool that works!

MP
11/27/2020
Michelle P.
United States United States
  • What type of issue brought you to this product? Torn glut min and med, 7 months post surgery number 2, persistent iliopsoas pain and extreme tightness
  • What activity do you believe is responsible for this issue? I hurt my hip as a teenager, but I tore two muscles in some over-zealous stretching about 2 years ago. The persistent changes in muscle function relating to the chronic and the acute injuries have led my body to use muscles incorrectly.
  • How effective was this tool at releasing tension? Not so greatOkIt's magical!
I love it.

I've been dealing with hip problems for years. This product started appearing in my targeted ads months ago, but it wasn't until I told my PT that I felt like I had an abdominal muscle pulling me downward and he released my iliacus that I started looking at it seriously. I purchased it and it arrived on a day when I was having lots of pain from my iliacus and SI. The relief that I got IMMEDIATELY after finding the right spot was incredible. My SI pain went away, I didn't have any iliopsoas popping that night, and I pretty much had a great two days after that. My skin was a little sore after the first use, so I gave it a bit until I used it again, and I got the same result after using it the second time- immediate relief. I've since been able to use it once a day, every day, and I am having much less pain overall, my hip flexor is not nearly as tight, and I'm waking up with my pelvis more balanced and in need of less work in the mornings before I can get going. I have not been able to get it going on my "good" side, but I'm sure I will figure it out eventually. For people who are overweight too, take it from me- you can use this.

AS
11/27/2020
Amory S.
United States United States
  • What type of issue brought you to this product? Debilitating pain in hip and lower back
  • What activity do you believe is responsible for this issue? My job requires bending forward for long periods of time while working with sharp instruments
  • How effective was this tool at releasing tension? Not so greatOkIt's magical!
Lifesaver

The Hip Hook and ball have Significantly decreased the pain in my hip and lower back area.

EK
11/26/2020
Elena K.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
  • What type of issue brought you to this product? Twisted pelvis, hip pain, thought one leg was longer
  • What activity do you believe is responsible for this issue? I’m not sure.
  • How could we have made this product easier to use? Find it easy to use as is.
  • How effective was this tool at releasing tension? Not so greatOkIt's magical!
Works perfectly!

Since I was about 15 I have had pain in my right hip if I went for long walks or ran. My right hip was visibly twisted further forward and higher up than my left hip. I genuinely thought my right leg was longer, had been to podiatrists who agreed and had put a lift in my left shoe. When I learnt about the hip hook and realised I had so many of the symptoms of a tight iliacus, I decided to see if it worked. The first time I used it my hips felt so much looser, I’ve only been using it for a week now but my hips visibly even out after I do. I also went on a long walk a few days after using, which I had been on a few weeks prior, but this time there was no pain in my hip like I experienced the last time. Thank you!!!

NB
11/12/2020
Nathan B.
United States United States
  • What type of issue brought you to this product? tight hips, hip flexors, psoas, illiacus
  • What activity do you believe is responsible for this issue? Golf
  • How effective was this tool at releasing tension? Not so greatOkIt's magical!
Greatest tool ever for psoas, illiacus, hip flexors!

I had previously gotten the pso-rite which was helpful for trying to provide some release of the psoas without having to go to a PT. Then I saw this on IG and took a chance on it. This is a total game changer. Nothing gets into those hard to release areas like the Hip Hook.

JM
11/10/2020
Jennifer M.
United States United States
  • What type of issue brought you to this product? LBP, I am a Chiropractor
  • What activity do you believe is responsible for this issue? Varied. It’s not for me, for my patients
  • How could we have made this product easier to use? This is perfect!
Effective, but painful

I use it with my patients. They love it and they hate it. Psoas release is such a huge part of relieving LBP? I couldn't do without it.

RF
11/06/2020
Rosemary F.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
My new Hip-Hook

I have only just started using my Hip-Hook and Hip Flexor Release Ball. I can feel how tight my muscles are in this area. Even after the first use I felt some release. I am looking forward to regular use. I am wondering when you do the pelvic bone realignment exercise on your website, how you determine which side is rotating forward.

11/07/2020
Hip Hook by Aletha

Hi Rosemary, that's great to hear that you are experiencing improvements already. Keep it up! Linked below is a video from our YouTube channel that goes over the "Supine to Sit" test to help you determine which side of your pelvis is rotated forward more. https://youtu.be/yRaVerK7mwg Please refer to some of the other videos to see if they help answer more questions that you have.