Energy Healing for Hip Pain2024-02-19T11:59:07+00:00

Located at the core of our body’s structure, the hips often go unnoticed until discomfort or issues surface. Remarkably robust, our hip joints endure significant wear and tear throughout our lives, all the while enabling us to execute a multitude of intricate bodily movements.

Hip joints may be injured or affected by degenerative diseases, and hip pain, specifically non-injury-related hip pain, may have causes that are not physiological.

Hip pain may only have minor causes or it could be a sign of something else, such as suppressed negative emotions. If left untreated, hip pain may lead to more severe medical conditions that will be much more challenging to address later on. Let my gift of healing free you from the negative energy that keeps your body from healing your hip pain properly.

How Does Somatic Energy Healing Differ From Physical Therapy in Alleviating Hip Pain?

Somatic Energy Healing for Hip Pain:

Somatic energy healing is an approach that combines elements of body-centered therapy, energy work, and mindfulness to address physical and emotional issues, including hip pain. While somatic energy healing may not directly treat the physical causes of hip pain, it can play a role in alleviating discomfort and promoting overall well-being through the following mechanisms:

  1. Stress Reduction
  2. Enhanced Body Awareness
  3. Emotional Release
  4. Energy Flow 
  5. Mind-Body Connection

Physical Therapy for Hip Pain:

Physical therapy alleviates injury-related hip pain by addressing its underlying causes and promoting healing. 

Physical therapists conduct a comprehensive assessment of your hip and /or knee, checking for signs of misalignment or structural issues while evaluating your posture, gait, and range of motion.

Following this assessment, a tailored physical therapy plan is crafted to alleviate unnatural stress and strain on your joints, focusing on restoring joint function for a comfortable return to everyday life.

You’ll receive targeted exercises designed to relieve joint pain and bolster weak hip and or knee tissues. The exercise regimen can vary depending on your unique condition.

Moreover, you might engage in exercises to fortify your core, including lower back, lower abdominal, and pelvic muscle groups. Core exercises are pivotal in enhancing posture and balancing weight distribution throughout your body.

Some physical therapists may incorporate specialized treatments like joint mobilizations to enhance joint mobility or soft tissue therapies that alleviate pain and promote healing in injured hips.

What To Expect During a Hip Pain Healing Session

Each hip pain healing session begins with 15- 30 minutes of discussion to feel out where you are currently at emotionally. Our first session will clear your emotional body. You will need at least one more session to then clear your physical body of pain.

Somatic Energy Healing

Physical ailments, such as hip pain, may have deeper root causes than what directly caused them. Achieving a better flow of energy, free of blockages, is essential in facilitating your body’s healing ability.

Chakra Clearing

Chakra clearing is also an effective method to clear energy blockages within your body. I focus on specific points in your body by positioning my hands over critical areas and calibrate your emotional blockages to a higher vibration. Chakra clearing can benefit your overall quality of life, as well as provide relief from hip pain.

Jin Shin Release

Jin Shin release is based on ancient Japanese medicinal practice where energy blockages within the body are found and released. My healing hands will help you unblock these energies to help facilitate your body’s remarkable ability to heal.

Energy Healing

Through my hands, let my gifts of healing release you from what binds you. I can transmute negative energy into something positive to allow you to move forward from your hip pain and its root causes.

I Share My Gift of Healing With People Suffering From Hip Pain

Somatic Energy Healing in Los Angeles

The negative emotions stored in our subconscious influence how we live and how the energy flows within us. These negative emotions cause blockages that lead to consequences for our health, as well as form harmful habits that bind us from moving forward. Let my divinely-guided hands-free you from what binds you. Along with relief from hip pain, or any other physical pain, you will also free yourself from your subconscious having control over you.

To learn more about how I can help you find relief from hip pain, text me at (310) 903-9336. I offer an exploratory 15-minute call for free.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the fastest way to relieve hip pain?2023-11-27T13:15:16+00:00

Hot and cold therapy is a highly effective method for alleviating hip pain in the comfort of your own home. Applying heat or cold can significantly diminish inflammation, enhance blood circulation, loosen muscles, and offer temporary relief from discomfort. To apply heat therapy, consider using a heating pad or a hot water bottle positioned on the affected area for 15-20 minutes. Conversely, cold therapy entails using ice wrapped in a towel over the affected area for 10-15 minutes per session. These straightforward yet effective methods can offer significant relief from hip pain, enhancing overall comfort and well-being.

Hip pain can often be a symptom of deeper underlying emotional issues and suppressed traumas. As a healer, I strongly advocate addressing these root causes to achieve lasting relief. By releasing these suppressed emotions and traumas, the physical pain in your hips may be significantly alleviated. I am here to offer my assistance in guiding you through this healing process. If you are seeking help in Los Angeles, please don’t hesitate to reach out. Text me at (310) 903-9336 to learn how I can support you on your journey towards healing and well-being.

Can you advise how to relieve hip pain while sleeping?2023-11-27T13:33:23+00:00

Many people in Los Angeles struggle to sleep due to various factors, and hip pain is, unfortunately, one of them. It’s disheartening to hear that individuals are kept awake by hip, knee, or foot pain. If your hip pain occurs at night, the likely culprits are your sleep position or mattress choice. Side sleepers, in particular, may experience hip pain due to pressure on the hip joint, and the opposite hip might hurt if it strains forward. A simple solution could be changing your sleep position to lying on your back. If that’s challenging, placing a pillow between your knees or slightly behind your back can relieve pressure and align your hips. 

Investing in a mattress topper or a more supportive mattress might provide relief. It’s essential to recognize that hip pain can stem from deeper underlying causes, which might also affect your ability to sleep. As a healer, I can help you identify and address these underlying issues contributing to your sleep difficulties. To explore more, I invite you to schedule a complimentary exploratory life-coaching call. Feel free to text me at (310) 903-9336 to arrange a call.

Do you know how to relieve hip pain?2023-10-30T16:54:03+00:00

As a healer, I offer assistance in releasing individuals from suppressed emotions and traumas, which can be underlying causes of persistent non-injury-related hip pain, especially in cases with elusive causes. 

For injury-related hip pain, utilizing the RICE method at home can be effective in managing hip pain: 

  • Rest by discontinuing the activity causing pain to prevent further injury.
  • Ice application for 10 to 15 minutes every hour during the first day, followed by ice every three to four hours (wrapped in a towel or cloth).
  • Compression using a bandage or compression clothing to reduce swelling. And
  • Elevation of the hips and lower body above heart level, supported by pillows or cushions.

Additionally, healthcare providers might recommend over-the-counter NSAIDs or acetaminophen to relieve injury-related and medically-diagnosed hip pain and associated symptoms. Physical therapy may be suggested for individuals with arthritis or structural issues, involving exercises to strengthen hip muscles and enhance stability, consequently alleviating pain. Surgery is a last resort if pain is severe and other treatments prove ineffective. Hip arthroscopy, involving small incisions and a camera-equipped tool, is typical for diagnosing and repairing internal hip damage. In more severe cases, a hip replacement (hip arthroplasty) may be necessary, where the affected hip joint is replaced with an artificial implant. Surgeons provide detailed guidance on expectations and recovery timelines for these procedures.

What is bursitis of the hip?2023-10-30T16:53:14+00:00

Hip bursitis occurs when one of the hip’s bursa, protective cushions that prevent tendons and muscles from rubbing against bone, becomes inflamed. Because adults have approximately 160 bursae in their bodies, this condition is not just the leading cause of hip pain; it can also affect other joints, such as shoulders, knees, or elbows. There are different types of hip bursitis depending on the location of the affected bursa and whether it is infected. Trochanteric bursitis affects the bony knob on the outside of the thigh bone, causing pain in the outer hip and thigh. Iliopsoas bursitis or ischial bursitis occurs when the bursae inside the hip, near the groin, become inflamed, leading to pain in the groin or upper buttock. Septic hip bursitis, a serious condition, happens when the hip bursae become infected, accompanied by symptoms like fever, fatigue, and general illness. Whether you are sure you have hip bursitis or are unsure about the cause of your hip pain, text me at (310) 903-9336. There are instances that harmful habits and lifestyles may cause these issues. As a healer, I have helped people who initially complained of similar symptoms live free from pain.

What causes pain in hips?2023-10-30T16:52:34+00:00

Injury-Related Hip Pain

Hip pain can be a symptom of various conditions, encompassing arthritis, injuries such as fractures, labral tears, dislocations, bursitis, and structural issues. Athletes engaging in multidirectional hip movements, like dancers and gymnasts, are more susceptible to hip injuries and pain.

Arthritis, a condition leading to joint pain and inflammation, frequently affects the hips, resulting in symptoms like swelling, stiffness, and pain. Several arthritis types, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and ankylosing spondylitis, can cause hip pain.

Bursitis, characterized by painful swelling in fluid-filled sacs (bursae) cushioning bones and tissues, can also lead to hip pain. Hip bursitis happens when the bursa in the hip becomes irritated and inflamed, with common types being iliopectineal bursitis and trochanteric bursitis.

Hip injuries caused by repetitive strain, sports-related incidents, or traumas like falls or accidents can result in debilitating pain. Some prevalent injuries causing hip pain include hip muscle strains, iliotibial band syndrome, hip labral tears, bone fractures, and hip dislocations.

Additionally, some individuals are born with conditions altering their hip structure, such as femoroacetabular impingement (FAI or hip impingement) and developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH). Healthcare professionals often refer to these issues as “structural abnormalities,” depending on the specific condition, individuals may experience hip pain in childhood or later in life.

Non-Injury Related Hip Pain

Hip pain can sometimes be linked to suppressed emotions and unresolved traumas, as emotional stress and tension can manifest physically in various body parts, including the hips. I can help free you from these emotional issues and alleviate physical discomfort. With the power of my divinely inspired healing hands, I will channel positive energy and help individuals release these suppressed emotions and traumas. Through gentle touch and focused healing energy, I will free you from these deep-rooted and suppressed emotions, allowing the body to heal physically, emotionally, and spiritually. This approach is based on the belief in the interconnectedness of mind, body, and spirit, offering a holistic way to address the root causes of hip pain and promote overall well-being.

Is there an energy-healing technique to address hip pain?2023-10-30T16:50:30+00:00


Every session is divinely-guided, therefore it is perfectly customized to your specific needs. Every session is performed the same way, in a different pattern, according to your specific needs at that time.


Does it take many sessions to heal my hip pain fully?2023-05-25T16:27:43+00:00

Healing your hip pain will require at least 2 sessions. Our first session will address your emotional body. Our second session will address your physical body. Though the apparent physical causes may look superficial, the causes of your hip pain may be more profound. Addressing the balance of energy within your body can free the energy blockages and help speed up the healing process.

Can you heal my hip pain caused by fibromyalgia?2023-10-30T16:51:22+00:00

Through over a decade of sharing my gift of healing with people, some of the clients whose physical pain I healed once suffered from fibromyalgia.

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