Hip Pain Treatment
Hip function is in constant demand, whether sitting, walking, or running. As a result, hip pain occurs in active adults and those who sit for long periods of time. Hip injury is the most common of hip pain causes, especially in athletes who put repetitive strain on hip joints, muscles, and the groin.
At Care Plus Physiotherapy, Ravinderjeet Sran is a leading specialist in hip pain treatment, hip pain causes, hip joint pain, and hip injury. We provide comprehensive physiotherapy and chiropractic hip pain treatment to correct imbalances and restore alignment. Proper diagnosis is critical to hip pain treatment for effective relief, recovery, and re-injury prevention.
Hip Pain Symptoms
Dull hip pain or severe hip pain can present at any time of day or night. Hip pain when walking, standing, or running are due to stress on the hip joint, hip stabilizer muscles, and hip flexor muscles. Some people experience hip pain when sitting or resting at the end of the day. Limping, limited range of motion, muscle spasms, and general tenderness are all reported symptoms.
Lumbar or lower back hip pain often occur together as pain tends to radiate from the back to the hip and buttocks. Pelvic pain, groin pain, and upper thigh pain can also be felt in conjunction with hip discomfort.
Hip Pain Causes
We are highly adept at diagnosing hip pain causes and underlying spinal, soft-tissue, and muscular conditions driving your discomfort.
At Care Plus Physiotherapy, we provide hip pain treatment for all hip pain causes:
Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI)
Hip flexor strain or hip rotator muscle strain
Hip Joint Dysfunction
Hip Labrum Tear or Labral Tear
Hip Replacement Physical Therapy
Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS)
Osteoarthritis or arthritis
Post Surgical Rehab/Physiotherapy
Sciatica and Piriformus Syndrome
slipped Disc or Herniated DiscSnapping Hip, Iliopsoas Syndrome, Iliopsoas Tendonitis
Trochanteric Bursitis or Hip Bursitis
What are the most common Hip Pain causes?
Wear and tear on the hip joint and surrounding muscles accounts for most of the hip problems. The complex nature of the musculoskeletal system often results in referred pain or interconnected pain of the lower back, hip, groin, and legs. True hip dysfunction involves the joint where the femur and pelvis connect; however, diagnosing hip pain causes requires the careful and knowledgeable exploration.
We work with patients to evaluate pain triggers and discover exact hip pain causes. Insufficient strength or flexibility of the hip stabilizer muscles can put significant stress on the hip joint. LUmbar back issues, herniated back issues, herniated discs, sciatica, and hernias are all common hip pain causes.
Hip Injury & Hip Pain Treatment
After a comprehensive evaluation and gait analysis, our specialists will determine the appropriate corrective and therapeutic hip pain treatment. Our unique combination therapy for hip pain treatment integrates chiropractic care and physiotherapy with soft-tissue modalities.
Our hands-on hip pain treatment helps correct skeletal imbalances and restore alignment. Stretching and muscle strengthening are used to improve hip stabilization, thereby improving hip flexibility and restoring pain-free range of motion. Optimizing the lower back, hip, groin, and pelvic area are integral to successful hip pain treatment.
Preventing Hip Injury and Hip Pain
- Establish an ergonoci work station with proper desk/seat height and a supportive chair
- Always stretch and warm up prior to exercise, whether moderate or strenuous
- Stay active and take frequent “movement” breaks when sitting for long periods of time
- Maintain a healthy weight to reduce strain on hip joints and muscles