There are many ways to treat FAI including rest, physical therapy, and surgery. Conservative treatment of the injury, via physical therapy, is a must.
This article presents a series of videos that you can use to self-rehabilitate your hip in order to return to pain-free, high-level climbing. If the program laid out below is not helpful in treating your injury, consider an alternative diagnosis and the need for formal treatment from a Doctor of Physical Therapy.
The progression of exercises follows the Rock Rehab Pyramid protocol guidelines outlined in Dr. Jared Vagy’s book Climb Injury-Free.