Hip Pain

Is Hip Pain Distrupting Your Golf Game, Gym Routine, Road/Trail Running, Or Any Other Activity You Love? Perhaps It’s Affecting Your Sleep. If So, We’re Here To Help.

Hip pain refers to discomfort or pain felt in the hip joint or surrounding areas, such as the groin, thigh, or buttocks. It can range from mild to severe and can be caused by a variety of factors,

​including injury, arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis, or referred pain from the lower back or pelvis.
Some common symptoms of hip pain include:

  • Pain or discomfort in the hip joint or surrounding areas
  • Stiffness or limited range of motion in the hip joint
  • Difficulty walking or standing for long periods of time
  • Clicking or popping sensations in the hip joint
  • Swelling or inflammation in the hip joint or surrounding areas

Hip pain can be treated through a variety of interventions, depending on the underlying cause and severity of the condition. Physiotherapy is often a recommended treatment option, as it can help to reduce pain, improve joint mobility, and restore normal function.
Some common physiotherapy, physical therapy, neuromuscular therapy interventions for hip pain include:

  • Manual therapy: Hands-on techniques that aim to improve joint mobility, reduce pain, and restore normal function. This may include joint mobilization, soft tissue massage, and trigger point release, among others.
  • Exercise therapy: Specific exercises designed to strengthen and stretch the muscles around the hip joint, improve posture and balance, and reduce pain.
  • Education: Information on how to manage pain, prevent further injury, and improve overall health and wellbeing. This may include advice on posture, ergonomics, nutrition, and stress management, among other topics.
  • Other interventions: In some cases, additional interventions may be necessary to help manage hip pain, such as injections, medications, or referral to a specialist.

If you are experiencing hip pain, let us look after you to determine the underlying cause and develop an appropriate treatment plan. With proper care and management, most cases of shoulder pain can be effectively treated, allowing you to regain your mobility and improve your quality of life.