What is Hip Pain?
Hip pain involves any pain in or around the hip joint. You may not feel pain from your hip directly over the hip area. You may feel it in your groin or pain in your thigh or knee.
What Causes Hip Pain?
Many different problems can cause hip pain. Abnormalities of the skin, nerves, bones, joints, and blood vessels can all result in pain. Sometimes diseases that affect other joints in the body, such as the inflammation resulting from arthritis, can be the cause of hip pain. Trauma or injury, including bone fracture, is also a cause. Pain in the hip area can also originate from painful infections or other conditions of the skin, such as shingles. Problems with the back or spine can also cause hip pain. Also, when the body is out of misalignment, a number of effects occur, including hip pain.
Who Gets Hip Pain?
Hip pain is very common and can happen at any age, some things that increase your risk are:
Sickle cell anemia
Having foot problems
Hip pain symptoms may include:
Pain in the front of the hip
Pain on the outside of the hip
Pain in the buttock area
Treatment for hip pain
Once we have obtained a diagnosis of your condition we are able to formulate an individualised treatment plan. We don’t offer a one size fits all treatment solution.
Depending upon individual circumstances one or multiple treatment options may be undertaken to offer you the best possible outcome.
Low Level Laser Therapy
Stretching and exercises
Dry Needling & Needling Techniques
Healthy feet provide the foundations for a healthy body and an active life!
Dr Peter Shelton BSc Hons. Accredited Podiatrist.