Hip pain refers to any pain concentrated in the hip area caused by conditions such as misalignments, arthritis, bursitis, endometriosis, interstitial cystitis, muscle pain, sacroiliac joint inflammation, and referred pain from organs. Torque Release Technique is the first Chiropractic technique of the new millennium and provides practice members of any age with the most reproducible and gentle Chiropractic adjustments available. Pain in the hip can come from many different sources in the body, and determining the source of the pain is the first step in evaluating treatment options for the symptoms. Because of the use that your hip gets, it also makes hip pain very hard to minimize as the more it gets used, the more aggravated it becomes and the worse the pain gets. Our team of specialists may recommend physical therapy to help minimize pain and maximize function.
Because these are such important joints, it’s vital that you see a chiropractor who will look beyond the symptoms to try to find the source of the problem. As these areas of the body receive nearly continuous usage, they can suffer a great deal of stress. Stretching the hip is a great way to relieve hip pain, eliminate future onset of pain, and increase the flexibility of your hips and body as a whole. The hip joint will ache or burn or may even experience sharp pain; however, the joint itself should not be overly tender to touch or swollen. Patients suffering with hip pain have suggested weather may also play a factor.
Hip pain can also be caused by non-orthopedic conditions such as peripheral vascular disease. The Torque Release Technique is the first Chiropractic technique of the new millennium and provides practice members of any age with the most gentle and reproducible Chiropractic adjustments. Injuries can be due to repetitive motion, improper posture or gait, trauma, wear and tear, age, or any number of other factors that stress our shoulders over time. Once the source of the pain is determined, a treatment plan can be put together to heal the problem.