Hip pain can be directly related to the joint itself or be caused by other surrounding areas. Some common hip pain conditions include muscle, ligament or tendon problems. Along with pain some other symptoms that may occur include swelling, warmth and redness. In order to properly treat your pain we need to accurately diagnose your problem.
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- Overuse of the muscles and tendons can be a common cause of the pain.
- Swelling of the bursae, small fluid filled sacs that reduce friction in the hip, caused by overuse of the joint.
- Tendinitis- Tendon inflammation or irritation reducing mobility in the joint.
- A traumatic fall of other injury that could break or fracture the hip.
- Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis can be another cause of your hip pain. This can lead to swelling of the hip joint and a decrease of the cartilage that protects the bones.
- Sciatica- Inflammation around the sciatic nerve pinching or irritating the nerve and causing pain or a numbing sensation.
- Corticosteroid injections into the area of pain.
- Physical therapy- starting with an evaluation of your pain and creating a specialized plan to fix your problem.
- Massage therapy and stretching.
If you are experiencing hip pain we encourage you to contact our clinic today and get the pain relief you need.