Hips & Pelvis

If you're experiencing hip pain, don't hesitate to seek professional help. Contact us today, and our team of experts will guide you on the path to relief and recovery. Remember, when it comes to hip pain, you're not alone, and there are numerous effective treatments to make it better.

Ease Your Discomfort; Move Better

Hip pain can be a real troublemaker. It's not just about feeling discomfort in your hip area; it can also create an imbalance in your pelvic region, leading to a bunch of other problems. Imagine feeling pain not only in your hips but also in your upper thighs, outer buttocks, and all around your hip joint. If you ignore this pain and let it linger, it might even spread to your lower back. So, here's some advice: never take hip pain lightly. If it sticks around for a week or two without improving, it's time to see your chiropractor. We can properly diagnose and treat it before things get worse.

Once your hip pain is identified, the next step is to work on a customized treatment plan. This plan aims to correct the imbalance and improve how everything works together. Often, rebalancing things can resolve the issue and get you back to feeling your best.

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Everyone's pain is unique.

Overuse Injuries

If you're someone who's super active or does repetitive activities like running or cycling, you might be at risk of overuse injuries in your hip. This could range from muscle strains to stress fractures in your hip bones. Doing the same movements over and over again can lead to chronic pain if you don't take care of it.

Routine Daily Activities

Everyday activities can put stress on your hip too. Sitting for long periods, having bad posture, or lifting heavy objects incorrectly can all strain your hip joint. Over time, this can result in hip pain, especially if your body mechanics aren't quite right.

Osteoarthritis & Inflammatory Diseases

One possible culprit behind hip pain is osteoarthritis. It's a big word, but it basically means your hip joint's protective cartilage is wearing down. Inflammatory diseases like rheumatoid arthritis can also lead to hip pain by causing inflammation in the joint. These conditions can make your hip feel stiff and sore.

Referred Pain

Here's a tricky one. With referred pain, you might feel pain that seems like it's coming from your hip, but it's actually caused by issues elsewhere. A chiropractor can treat your whole body, relieving the pain you feel in your hips, regardless of where it stems from.

Our comprehensive clinic is equipped to meet you exactly as you are.

Suggested Treatments For Hip And Pelvis Issues

  • Chiropractic Care: Chiropractors are experts in musculoskeletal health. They can identify the root of your hip pain and create a plan to correct the imbalance. Often, this can make your pain go away, and your body will work better together.
  • Acupuncture: Acupuncture is an ancient therapy that believes in the body's energy flow. Tiny needles are inserted into various points on your body, including your skin. This can help you relax and reduce inflammation in your hip area.
  • Radial Shockwave Therapy: This treatment uses shockwaves to stimulate blood flow and speed up your body's natural healing processes. It's non-invasive and can be helpful for conditions like osteoarthritis and overuse injuries.
  • Cold Laser Therapy: Low-level laser therapy uses gentle lasers to promote tissue repair and reduce inflammation. It's painless and can help with hip pain and healing.
  • Chiropractic Rehabilitation: A chiropractor can create a special exercise program just for you. These exercises can strengthen the muscles around your hip, improve your flexibility, and fix any movement problems you might have. It's especially useful for overuse injuries and daily activities that stress your hip.