The hip is one of the more complex areas of the body. The joint itself moves through large range of motion and is designed to handle heavy loads we put ourselves through on a regular basis. When the hip joint is not moving the way it should it can affect the low back and knee joints, as well.
How We Can Help
Most cases of hip pain have developed over time and require more than just a “quick fix.” Through complete functional movement screens, we can narrow down the exact problem and the exact tissue(s) that need to be fixed. Manual therapy, joint manipulation, therapeutic exercise, or a combination of all three may be needed to fix your problem! Better diagnosis in our office, means better treatment, and better, faster results for you!
Common Causes of Hip Pain:
- Overuse (Repetitive Motions/Prolonged Positions)
Commonly Treated Conditions in Our Office:
- Piriformis Syndrome
- IT Band Syndrome