Performance Place Hip Program

(4 customer reviews)


Are you dealing with groin pain that comes across the front of your hip at the crease? You may have been told you have hip impingement, or that you might need a hip replacement later in life, or even an angry hip flexor.

This hip program has been carefully designed by Performance Place to guide you through a 12 week rehab structure complete with videos of all exercises.

The movement based exercises do not have to be strenuous and you’ll know right away if they will work for you.

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Structure of Program


Weeks 1 - 2  Cool Down

During the first 3 weeks, we’ll identify the first-aid exercises that will help you control the pain. Knowing how to “cool things down” is an important part of recovery beyond the first 2 weeks.


Weeks 3 - 6  Building Support

These 4 weeks will focus on the support systems and “stiffening” your torso. 


Weeks 7-10  Building Strength

During these 4 weeks, we’ll turn up the juice and start to build strength.


Weeks 11 - 12  Return to Life!

Finally, we’ll work our way into a form that allows us to return to normal  life. 


It’s not uncommon for people to feel anywhere between 25 - 50% improvement after the first few weeks. Over the course of this program, the goal is to teach you how to cool down the discomfort and build your strength back up so you can return to normal life.

4 reviews for Performance Place Hip Program

    Daniel Charlat (verified owner)

    Very solid guide through and through. Dr. Gonzales covers many aspects of hip and groin pain and how to evaluate yourself. There’s nothing like a caring doc that spends time putting out resources for you to manage your own pain. Thank you!
    PS: this is cheaper than a visit to a doc, most of which are not experts in neuromuscular skeletal disorders like dr. Gonzales, and this will hopefully help you like it helped me

    Dr. Sebastian Gonzales

    Daniel, thanks for sharing your experience. I’m grateful! Sebastian

    K O (verified owner)

    Dr. Gonzales has curated the best online resources to alleviate hip and groin pain. He has also included a provider list to get you the right diagnosis. The guide is easy to follow and gives you the tools to move through the different stages leading to pain free movement.

    Bartosz Gabrylewicz (verified owner)

    I have had a limitation on my left hip proper range of motion of flexion because of some kind of block in my groin for quite long time and tried many things like stretches, seeing PT’s in my neighborhood etc. Nothing has helped me. I’ve come across Dr Gonzales Instagram by accident and at that time he was looking for people to check that guide. After seeing some of his work I decided to give it a try(to be true I thought it would be another failure). The guide is clearly written with a step by step instructions how to do some excersises that are supposed to help with that issue. I was really surprised that first signs of longer term improvement showed just after 1st week. Later the progress was not as fast as before but right now I seem to have no problem with that hip anymore. I really suggest to try this guide before wasting your money and time on some miraculous stretches and mediocre PT’s.

    Zachary King (verified owner)

    My wife has been dealing with groin pain for years. We tried adjustments, soft tissue work, stretches, and massages that will briefly relieve the pain but nothing has been a long term fix. When we got this guide, we were very surprise on how through it was. This guide covers a lot of different hip problems and how to approach each of them. After the first week, my wife groin pain significantly decrease! We are on the 3rd week and she is pain free! I highly recommend this guide for anyone who has been dealing with hip and/or groin pain. It is worth it!

    Thank you Dr. Gonzales!

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About The Author

Dr. Gonzales has been a top sports rehab chiropractor in Huntington Beach, California for the last 10 years. He personally has experienced back pain and has been able to successfully overcome it twice, once at 16 and once at 35 years old.

He serves athletes and professionals who simply want to move better and improve the quality of their life.

He also has his own podcast, Restoring Human Movement, where he discusses topics aimed at how to live a pain-free life through proper utilization of human movement.

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