How We Treat Hip Pain

We Help Ease Your Hip Pain

We get on top off your pain as quickly as humanly possible using a range of treatments that aim to reduce muscle spasm, increase blood flow, increase mobility, decrease inflammation & break up scar tissue. Our treatment processes use a wide variety of methods and are based on a very ‘hands on’ approach to hip pain management.

We Offer Computerised Gait Analysis

We use Gait Analysis – to identify specific weaknesses & imbalances that may have caused your hip pain, should you wish to address them. Many people find great insight into the underlying reason for their hip pain with this process. 

Rehab Exercises for Those Who Want Them

The best exercises for hip pain are usually those that restore and maintain better strength of your hips in the long term. Proper function of the large muscle groups that support the hip is extremely important for preventing hip issues. 

Insoles for Those Who Need Them

 We sometimes prescribe custom orthotics to prevent further strain and damage occurring in the knee & hip in the long term. People with particularly high arches and flat feet can easily find that these issues seriously impact their hip pain.

Why We Treat Hip Pain

Finding that you can’t walk or run normal, healthy distances without aggravating hip pain is frustrating at best, seriously scary and life-limiting at worst. The ability to move comfortably forms a big part of our most basic sense of physical freedom.

Our entire lives are based the ability to move… life is movement. The inability to move comfortably through your day and can potentially make happiness and enjoyment in the moment a big challenge. The knowledge of these facts is what drives us to do everything we can to help get you out of pain in a way that is comfortable, stable and long-lasting.

Your quality of life is what drives us !!

Hip Pain FAQ

How can I tell if I have arthritis in my hips? 

If you have extremely and persistently stiff hips and they also hurt and click you may have some form of arthritis. Don’t freak out though because there are many other possible causes. If you suspect you might have arthritis, get checked out by a qualified professional, x Rays are the only way to know for sure

Is it okay to massage my hip pain? 

Yes massage of the muscles around the hip can be a very good way to help manage pain while you are working towards resolution of your hip pain. 

What are the best exercises for hip pain? 

The best exercises for most cases of stubborn hip pain are those which strengthen the stabilising muscles of the entire leg. . Being more specific, the best type of exercises are those that carefully and persistently challenge your ability to balance and bear weight in a coordinated way. 

For many with a history of hip pain it won’t be possible  to do this kind of rehab comfortably and safely until your pain is under control via effective treatment methods. 

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