Hi, I'm Natalie, and today Veritas Health is going to show you a hip flexor stretch for snapping hip syndrome.

This stretch is great for stretching out the hip flexor and all the tissues in the front of the hip. If this stretch causes you pain or increases your current pain, please discontinue and consult with your medical provider.

To do this stretch, you're going to start by kneeling on the floor.

Take the hip you want to stretch and have it on the ground and place your hand behind your hip. You're then going to shift your weight forward using your back hand to give yourself a little pressure into the stretch.

As you do this, you shouldn't feel pain, but you should feel a stretching sensation through the front of your hip.

You can work your way up to doing this about 20 times.

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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.