A key source of hip pain occurs in the joints of the hips. This will often be felt because the joints of the hips are a key point of motion for the whole body, meaning you will feel it when something is off. In hip surgery, it’s the joints that get replaced with an artificial joint.
Those who search for an alternative to hip surgery may find solace in knowing that there are options available to them. Our doctors provide non-surgical treatments to ease hip pain. The goal is to not only stop hip pain but also to heal the underlying condition causing pain.
Our pain relief treatments are:
- Low risk of allergy
- Low risk of rejection
Hip Joint Pain
There are a number of reasons one could be experiencing hip pain. Not all of which will require the need for surgery or a hip replacement procedure. However, hip pain can alter one’s quality of life. If you find it increasingly harder to engage in the activities you love because of pain, it maybe time for you to take control and achieve your health goals. Imagine finding true hip pain relief and no longer experience that barrier in your daily routine.
Are you experiencing the following symptoms?
- Groin pain
- Swelling over the hip
- Tenderness of the hip
These symptoms may be a sign that you need to make a visit to a healthcare provider. These symptoms, especially experienced over an extended period, may allude to an underlying condition that needs evaluation.
Causes of Hip Pain
There are many possible causes for hip pain that all lead back to a common source, which are problems with the hip tissues. An example of this is a lack of cartilage that the body cannot normally regenerate on its own. This lack of cartilage is usually what causes hip joint pain and will not get better on its own if it is related to a depletion of cartilage.
If you have been diagnosed with any of the following, you may be a candidate for our treatments:
- Hip Labral Tear
Our clinic specializes in using treatments to ease and treat pain. This includes hip pain but also pain relief across the body. Free complimentary consultations are available, so contact us to find out how we can possibly treat your pain.