At All-Star Physical Therapy, we are experts at treating hip pain and immobility – no matter the cause. Hip pain can make even the simplest of activities, like walking around, a difficult task. Visit our office to restore motion to your entire body and take back your life.
Possible causes of hip pain
Physical therapy treatment for the hip often consists of manual therapy and strengthening exercises to open and stabilize the hips. Our goal is to improve range of motion and eventually help you return you to optimal functioning.
Specific exercises will be prescribed to build support for the hip joints, commonly targeting the outer and inner thighs, glutes, and lower back muscles. Resistance training may be incorporated.
Building strength is important in treatment, but so is building your flexibility. If you’ve never stretched out your hips, they may be very tight and eventually cause you pain. Living a sedentary lifestyle can attribute to hip pain as well. Being proactive about your discomfort is the best way to improve it. Simply hoping for the pain to diminish on its own will rarely be a solution.
Soft tissue manipulation
Your physical therapist will manually push and knead your muscles, ligaments, tendons, and nerves. This is useful for releasing tension and improving mobility.
Instrument assisted mobilization
Incorporating physical therapy instruments into your treatment provides a great boost to your recovery. This type of therapy can be greatly beneficial for breaking up scar tissue or adhesions around the muscles, which frequently cause pain and limit mobility.
At All-Star Physical Therapy, we strive to create the best environment for your healing. It is our goal that we get you in and out as quick as possible so you can return to your normal life in no time. Hip pain can be debilitating and put a halt on your productivity. However, at All-Star, we know the recipe for a healthy body and know what it takes to recovery from various injuries. Contact us today if you would like to learn more about how we can help you.