Hi, I'm Natalie, and today, Veritas Health is going to bring you a bridge exercise for snapping hip syndrome. This is a great exercise to strengthen the glute muscles and all the hip extensors.

If this exercise causes you pain or increases your pain, please discontinue and consult with your medical provider.

To do this exercise, you can lay either on the ground or on your bed, wherever you're the most comfortable.

You'll lay flat on your back with your feet flat on the floor. You then put your hands on the ground, tighten your glute muscles, and lift your hips up to the ceiling.

Hold for a couple seconds at the top and come down nice and controlled. You can work your way up performing two sets of ten of this exercise.

If this exercise is too easy, you can progress it by doing it on one leg. You'll straighten out one leg, keeping your knee straight, push into the ground and lift your hips off the ground.

You can work through it, performing two sets of ten of this on each side as well.

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Thank you for watching.

Dr. Natalie Ullrich is a physical therapist specializing in orthopedic and sports medicine at Plymouth Physical Therapy Specialists. She is passionate about treating each individual as a whole.