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Hip Pain

Hip Pain

Hip pain is a common condition that can affect people of all ages and backgrounds. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including overuse, injury, or underlying medical conditions. Hip pain can significantly impact your daily activities, affecting your ability to perform routine tasks, exercise, and participate in sports or other activities you enjoy.

Causes Of Hip Pain

There are several common causes of hip pain, including:

  • Overuse: overuse of the hip joint can lead to pain and inflammation, particularly in athletes or people who perform repetitive tasks.
  • Injuries: injuries such as fractures, dislocations, and sprains can cause hip pain.
  • Arthritis: arthritis is a common cause of hip pain, particularly among older adults. Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are two of the most common forms of arthritis that can affect the hip.
  • Bursitis: bursitis is an inflammation of the small, fluid-filled sacs that cushion the joints, often caused by repetitive motions or injury.
  • Tendonitis: tendonitis is an inflammation of the tendons that attach muscles to bones, often caused by repetitive motions or overuse.
  • Muscle strains: muscle strains can occur in the muscles around the hip joint, causing pain and inflammation.

Treatment Options

Physical therapy is often an effective treatment option for hip pain. A physical therapist can help improve hip strength and flexibility, which can reduce pain and improve mobility. They may also use modalities such as  electrical stimulation to decrease pain and inflammation. Additionally, occupational therapy can help individuals with hip pain improve their ability to perform daily activities and make modifications to their environment to reduce the risk of falls.

Other conservative treatments for hip pain may include rest, ice and heat therapy, over-the-counter pain medications, and corticosteroid injections. In some cases, surgery may be necessary to address the underlying cause of hip pain.

The treatment options for hip pain depend on the underlying cause and severity of the condition. Some common treatment options for hip-pain we offer include:

  • X-Rays: Imaging Studies To Look For Fractures And Injuries To The Bones In Your Pelvis And Joints.
  • Physical Therapy: Physical Therapy Can Help To Strengthen The Muscles Around The Hip Joint, Reduce Pain And Inflammation, And Improve Range Of Motion.
  • Chiropractic Care: Hip Pain And Back Or Spinal Issues May Be Related. Our Team Can Help Determine And Treat One Or Both Of These Symptoms.
  • Surgery: In Severe Cases, Surgery May Be Necessary To Repair Damage To The Hip Joint. We Will Work With You To Determine If This Is The Correct Path Based On Your Underlying Condition.

Hip pain is a common condition that can significantly impact your daily activities. If you are experiencing hip pain, it is important to seek medical attention to determine the underlying cause and receive appropriate treatment. With the right treatment, many people are able to reduce their pain and improve their function, allowing them to return to their normal daily activities. By taking preventative measures and seeking prompt medical attention, you can reduce your risk of developing hip pain and other related conditions.

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Everyone at NJ [Sports] Spine & Wellness are so nice and caring! They really take the time to get to the root of the problem and help you feel better. The best chiropractic care I have ever gotten.

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I have been seeing Dr. Tim and his team for foot therapy and they are great. Dr. Tim and his team has been very helpful, accommodating and knowledgeable. Thank you all for your help during my recovery and thank you so much for all my treatment done with care.

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The staff is fantastic. Dr. Tim has been extremely helpful and great with me during my recovery. Amanda at the front desk was helpful with getting me in and started. They work 100 percent on your schedule and are extremely flexible. Highly recommend this facility.

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I’ve been coming in for a few years on and off to see the chiropractors for management of neck and back pain…The maintenance appointments have been greatly helping me manage my back pain and I can tell that my mobility has greatly improved. My back doesn’t hurt nearly as much when walking like it used too. I’ve also come here to rehab my shoulder, which feels tremendous…This is a wonderful clinic and you are making a mistake if you go somewhere else.

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Great staff and top notch Drs. This office has it all. Very thorough physical therapists, great chiropractors, foot drs from top hospitals, functional drs and best accupuncture facility in Old Bridge NJ. This facility has every tool imaginable to get you healthy. Starting from nustep and bikes to this Amazing treadmill called the Alter G. Check this place out it’s one of the best places around NJ.

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