Hip pain can be caused by a variety of problems besides underlying disease like arthritis or osteoarthritis.
Another common complaint we see in our office is that involving the hip. Hip pain can be caused by a variety of problems besides underlying disease like arthritis or osteoarthritis.
Due to the inherent nature of the joint being weight-bearing, the cartilaginous structures can wear down quicker than other joints and lead to discomfort. While some cases are severe enough requiring surgical repair, more often we find that conservative care combined with exercise and functional rehabilitation can provide pain relief and sustainable pain management in the long-term.
The Mobility Plus team has helped many recover from hip pain by addressing both the direct and indirect causes of your hip pain.
Some direct causes of hip pain include:
Some indirect causes of hip pain include:
Arthritis of the hip
Hip impingement (overuse injury)
Lumbar disc issues
Hip pointer (traumatic injury)
Peripheral nerve impingement
If you are currently or have ever experienced any of the above conditions and may still be dealing with hip pain, we would love to help you get to the root cause of the problem.
Depending on your diagnosis, we work to build a concise treatment plan for you that targets both the direct and indirect causes of your knee pain. Here are some of the solutions that we can provide for you: