Integrated Healthcare is defined as an approach characterized by a high degree of collaboration and communication among health professionals. The theory is all of your doctors and medical professionals work together for your overall care.
At Campbell Health Center, our doctors and medical team work within this collaborative healthcare approach to provide the patient with long-term and short-term pain relief.
When a patient comes to our center to avoid hip surgery and reduce their hip pain, a thorough treatment plan is created to meet the patient’s goals. This treatment plan can include many treatments offered within our center.
The treatments that may be recommended to patients who want to avoid hip surgery are:
- Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)
- Trigger Point Injections
- Physical Rehabilitation
- PEMF Therapy
- Chiropractic Care
- Spinal Decompression
When attempting to avoid hip surgery with an integrated healthcare approach, you will be recommended a combination of treatments that will address the tissue damage directly as well as indirectly.
For example, a patient may be recommended to receive Platelet-Rich Plasma in their hip to encourage the healing of damaged soft tissue. In addition, the patient may also be recommended to get Chiropractic adjustments to align their spine and even out uneven leg lengths that contribute to their hip pain.
In this example, the doctor initially assessing the patient and creating the treatment plan would consult with the Chiropractor to curate a treatment plan that will address the damaged tissue directly, as well as provide the patient with a longer-term solution to help to resolve contributing factors that caused the tissue irritation.
What to Expect at Campbell Health Center
Patients should expect to be thoroughly evaluated by one or a combination of our healthcare team. Then, the patient will be given a recommendation of treatments that will best help them meet their goal of avoiding hip surgery. Generally, this will consist of a combination of treatments that will address the short-term and long-term care of the patient.
Patients are asked to bring in all x-rays and imaging of their hip. This will help our team better understand your condition. In addition, patients may be asked to get imaging done if imaging is unavailable. If you have any questions, feel free to ask our team. We are here to help you in any way we can.