If I was to explain how FIR (far-infrared) therapy could substantially reduce the amount of hip pain you're having to endure, would you listen?
What if I was to tell you that for pennies a day, you could purchase a comfortable and convenient therapy product to help heal the source of your hip pain, allowing you to return to a more active lifestyle. Would you want to know more?
Basic Hip Anatomy
Here is some basic anatomy to help understand why you have a sore hip.
Your hip is the largest weight bearing joint in your body. The hip joint consists of two parts: the hip socket and the rounded "ball" at the top of the thigh bone that fits into it.
Smooth, glossy cartilage covers the two bone surfaces where they meet, providing a cushion for ease of motion.
Every time you take a step the "Ball" at the top of the femur moves around in its smooth fitting "house". Range of motion is vast - as unlike your knee that swings back and forth, the hip joint can swing back and forth, side to side and turn. Perfect in design for all kinds of activities.
Hip Pain Has Many Factors
Hip problems can cause excruciating pain for the simplest of activities - getting up or sitting down in a chair. Serious hip injuries, dislocations or fractures can lead to a condition called Avascular Necrosis - the blood supply to the ball portion of the thighbone is cut off and the bone begins to break down causing the cartilage on top of it to collapse.
As a result, the surrounding cartilage begins to deteriorate, producing pain and other symptoms, making it impossible to get around without the use of a cane, walker or wheelchair. If this describes your condition and you're not happy about it, then read on...
What if I was to tell you that Far Infrared Therapy could help heal the deteriorating condition of your hip joint, which is the most likely reason you're suffering from chronic hip pain in the first place. Would you want to try it?
Even if you are already taking a prescribed pharmaceutical drug to cope with the pain of sore hips, FIR (Far Infrared Rays) Therapy can be an important step towards rejuvenating and maintaining the molecular health of your hip joint. It's natural, safe and remarkably effective.