Hip Flexibility Solution Leveled Up! Hip Pain Solution
Takes Over for Better, Faster Results
You’re now seeing information about Hip Pain Solution. We used everything we’ve learned from Hip Flexibility Solution and Hip Control to create a program that is easier to follow, incorporates the newest medical research, and provides a comprehensive guide to get you pain-free hips faster.
You have lifetime access to every course you’ve purchased. If you hadn’t yet purchased Hip Flexibility Solution, Hip Pain Solution addresses the same root causes of hip dysfunction.
Explore this page to see what Hip Pain Solution can do for your hips if you’re looking to reduce tightness and pain or improve your range of motion to keep doing what you love.
Safely Solve Hip Pain for Good
The Hip Pain Solution was created by a kinesiologist with 18 years of experience and an orthopaedic surgeon with 30+ years of experience (with many of those years as the surgeon for pro teams in Toronto). It’s grounded in science and addresses the root causes of hip pain for lasting relief in a safe and efficient way.
Whether you have stiff, immobile hips, muscle pain (e.g. TFL, piriformis or iliopsoas) a torn labrum, osteoarthritis, tendonitis, bursitis, femoroacetabular impingement, SI joint pain or a clunky, snapping hip, you’ve found the optimal solution for moving freely and without pain.
Wake up sleepy muscles
You’ll wake up muscles you didn’t know you had that have become underactive and weak (often from sitting) which leads to instability, wear and tear and ultimately pain.
Stave off surgery
Restoring proper muscle function and movement patterns can eliminate pain, delaying and even preventing surgery despite severe damage and degeneration and when necessary, will improve the surgical outcome.
We know you’re here to live a full and active life you love so we’re going to guide you through you how to build resilience so your body is ready for whatever you throw at it.
I feel so much stronger and MORE stable in my hips...
"I was having daily aching and pain in my hips, likely from sitting all day at my job, and some mild arthritis. I had been walking daily and attending yoga classes 2-3 times per week, but I still had the pain.
My body was trying to tell me I needed to get moving in a different way! About halfway through this course my hip and even nerve pain disappeared. I feel so much stronger and more stable in my hips, and now I can do movements in yoga class I couldn’t do before, like the deep squat!"
Grounded in science and trusted by people from around the world who want to move freely and without pain
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The Hip Pain Solution is based on our time-tested “4 Pillars For Pain-Free Movement”:
When one of these pillars is lacking, your body will compensate by using another muscle or movement pattern. Compensate long enough and your body will break down. It often starts as a minor pain that you can “work through”, but when left unaddressed progresses to intense, debilitating pain that can eventually lead to serious damage to muscle, tendon, ligament and/or cartilage.
When you follow the Hip Pain Solution and restore the 4 Pillars you address the root causes that led to your issue in the first place. This provides lasting results and empowers you with the knowledge of what it really takes for a lifetime of moving freely and without pain and the confidence that your body can take whatever you can throw at it.
Meet your team
Eric Wong BSc aka “Coach E” is a kinesiologist and the founder of Precision Movement. He was a pioneer in strength and conditioning for the sport of mixed martial arts, training a number of athletes who competed in the UFC and other professional organizations and at the forefront in the online fitness world where he began sharing content and creating online programs back in 2008.
Dr. Erin Boynton MD FRCS is an orthopaedic surgeon who joined Precision Movement as Chief Medical Officer in 2020. She has 30 years of experience as an orthopaedic surgeon, served as the team surgeon for MLB’s Toronto Blue Jays for 10 years, is the current Medical Director of the WTA’s National Bank Open tennis tournament and a national champ tennis player herself.
Precision Movement is the trusted name when it comes to corrective exercise for 293,000+ subscribers on YouTube and tens of thousands of customers and users of our app.
Feedback from our awesome community
"Really enjoyed this course - over the past 12-weeks I've seen some amazing progress in balance, strength, flexibility and control. This has absolutely been worth my time and money and I will definitely be checking out some of your other courses."
"I had restricted hip mobility for many years, which caused pain in my hips and low back from time to time. With your program I discovered that many hip muscles, especially my hip flexors, didn´t know how to work properly and therefore were extremely weak. Now that I can activate my hip muscles more effectively, my mobility has improved.”
"I was never able to squat properly or deep. After following Eric’s video a few times I was able to squat properly and deep. I had tried and followed many videos and they didn’t work for me. Doing the course has made me stronger and much more flexible."
“There’s nothing more debilitating than painful hips since active lifestyles require us to walk, run, squat, lunge, jump and more. We’re confident this program quickly decrease your hip pain and more importantly give you lasting results so you can get back to and keep doing the active things you love.”
- Coach E & Dr. B
4 key benefits of this unique program
Easy to follow
Step-by-step instructions with concise, high quality videos make following this program a breeze.
Routines require just 20 minutes and minimal equipment so you can do them at home.
Based on scientific principles and the latest research to get you lasting results.
Designed for you
Whether your pain is severe or mild you can get started and make real progress.
Get rid of your hip pain today
A typical course of physical therapy for hip pain is 8 weeks of treatment twice a week and can cost upwards of $1360, not to mention the added time and effort to attend your appointments.
If you want 1-on-1 coaching from Dr. B and Coach E, you're looking at hundreds of dollars per hour and at least four weeks on the waitlist.
Instead, get started on the Hip Pain Solution today and you're getting our expert guidance over the next few months (and beyond) to take you from painful to pain-free for only…
Get Started For Only $99
All prices in USD
My running is much more enjoyable and pain-free
"I strained my adductor 5 months ago and Eric’s exercises were the only thing that rapidly reduced my pain and brought back my mobility. So I’ve decided to buy the HC course and continue my recovery.
I’m absolutely amazed by the results!!! I’ve never felt stronger, I don’t have pain and my running is much more enjoyable and pain-free. I’m using Rom Coach, the exercises from the YouTube channel and I’m doing Lower limb control course too. The course is amazing!!!"
How the Hip Pain Solution compares
Hip Pain Solution
Physio, Trainer, etc.
Google and YouTube
3 phases from pain elimination
Therapists rarely transcend the
You might get a few exercises,
4 x 20 minute sessions
Wasted time sifting through low quality content
In the comfort of your own home
Same cost as 1-2 training sessions
You’ve got 1 full year to decide
Frequently asked questions
If you've been cleared by your doctor or you're otherwise ready to begin the program, know that the program will be beneficial for virtually every hip condition whether you’ve got a muscle strain, tendonitis, bursitis, osteoarthritis, a torn labrum, SI joint dysfunction and more.
The reason why is because the Hip Pain Solution fixes the root causes of most issues - poor tissue pliability, inactive and/or weak muscles, insufficient range of motion, muscular imbalances and poor motor control - and does so in a safe, progressive fashion.
Addressing these root causes results in a body that just works better and distributes the forces from movement across all of the available muscles and joints, decreasing wear and tear on any particular muscle or tissue so it doesn't get overworked and break down.
Most routines take 20 minutes and require 4-6 days/week (your choice).
The Acute Pain Phase (pain level of 7+/10) is designed to quickly reduce pain and eliminate swelling and requires a short exercise routine of 10 minutes or less and other protocols performed 1-3 times/day (in this phase, the more frequent, the better).
If you’re not happy with the results you get or the program for any reason, email us at [email protected] within 1 year of purchase and we’ll refund your money no questions asked, no hassles. We're not happy unless you get results you're happy thrilled with.
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All prices in USD
We’ve got your back
If you have any questions or run into any issues we offer different ways to get support:
Have a question? Send an email to [email protected] and one of our coaches will get back to you.
14 Years+ Online
We've been online for our customers for 14 years and counting and don't plan on going anywhere.
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If you can’t get the support you need or don’t get results you’re happy with, you’re covered by our industry-leading 1 year money back guarantee.
1 Year Money-Back Guarantee
If this course doesn’t help you with pain, better movement, greater range of motion, or you just don’t like it, we’re happy to give you a full refund within 1 year of purchase - no questions asked. All you have to do is send us an email at [email protected] and we'll take care of you.
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