Osteoarthrosis of the Pelvic Region

Arthritis characterized by erosion of articular cartilage of the pelvic region, which becomes soft, frayed, and thinned with eburnation of subchondral bone and outgrowths of marginal osteophytes; pain and loss of function result.

  • Pain in the pelvic region
  • Stiffness in the pelvic region
  • Loss of ROM in the pelvis/hips
  • Crepitus in the with movement
  • Wear and tear
  • Trauma
  • Previous fracture
  • ROM and stretching
  • Core muscle stabilization
  • Lower extremity strengthening exercise
Osteoarthrosis of the Pelvic Region Phase I

Purchase Phase

  • Lotus
  • Adductor Straddle
  • Child Pose
  • Kneeling Hip Flexor
  • Prone Thomas Stretch
  • Single Leg Bridge
  • Hip IR ER Rotation With T-band
  • Prone Hip Extension Adduction Abduction T Band
  • Stationary Bike
  • Gait II

Osteoarthrosis of the Pelvic Region Phase II

Purchase Phase

  • Step Overs
  • Step Downs
  • Restorative Shoulder Quadrant
  • Sit Up Squat
  • Single Leg Balance
  • Kettle Bell Swings

Osteoarthrosis of the Pelvic Region Phase III

Purchase Phase

  • Bridge Marching
  • Glute Med Wall Sit
  • Step Overs In Mase
  • Single Leg Squat And Touch
  • T Band Defensive Slides
  • Speed Skaters
  • Lunge Walk Med Ball Rotation
  • 3-Dot Squat 2 Hands