More commonly, however, labral tears are degenerative in nature. Degenerative labral tears are chronic injuries that occur as a result of repetitive wear and tear over time and can be seen in the early stages of hip arthritis. The most common cause of degenerative labral tears is a condition known as femoroacetabular impingement (FAI).
With PNF stretching, you’re able to move past that point of discomfort. As such, it will improve your performance and range. It’s proven to be better than static stretches where you hold a stretch for a certain length of time; that can actually pull or strain a muscle. It’s also superior to static stretches when it comes to improving range of motion.
The pain of whiplash is often hard to ignore. The symptoms may include:
Pain decreased the range of motion and tightness in the neck. The muscles may feel hard or knotted.
Pain when rocking your head from side to side or backward and forward.
Pain or stiffness when moving your head to look over each shoulder.
Headaches at the base of the skull that radiate towards the forehead.