My tight hip causes tendonitis in my posterior tibialis muscles, not to mention poor range of motion and my hip popping a lot. The first time that I used this product, I could feel muscles spasm and release across my abdomen, back, glutes, up my back, and down to my ankles. It was quite uncomfortable, but not to the same extent that a Physical Therapist or Massage Therapist digs in. It seemed to relax in layers and gradually went deeper as the muscles above it relaxed.
Hi Shannon, Everything that you mentioned with how your body reacted when using the Hip Hook is totally fine. That is great to hear that the muscles began to relax as you continued to apply the pressure. Happy muscles don't hurt, and that discomfort should be able to improve over time as you continue to release the tension that has built up in your hip flexors. Consistency is key! Please keep us posted on how you are doing and feel free to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Live with Ease, Team Aletha
I am getting my mobility and balance back. It has helped me from the top of my neck to the bottoms of my feet. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. My goal is to be hiking further, faster and in more comfort by Christmas and possibly without hiking sticks in the summer. ( and to be able to do stairs again...) I send your promo out to all my family and friends.