Most Common Illness:
- Hip Osteoarthritis
Weakens hip cartilage and roughens joint surfaces.
- Total Hip Replacement (THR)
The orthopedic surgeon replaces damaged hip joint parts with artificial ones in surgery.
- Hip Bursitis
A painful swelling occurs near the hip joint.
- Hip Labral Tear
A tear in the tissue that connects the ball and socket portions of the hip
- Hip Fractures
Occurs when the upper section of the thigh bone (femur) fractures
- Iliotibial (IT) Band Syndrome
Happens when a tendon rubs against the hip.
- Hip Impingement
occurs when the ball of the hip collides with the cup of the hip.
- Hip Pain
Hip pain is a pain that occurs near or around the hip joint.
- Groin Pain
Discomfort in the area between the abdomen and the legs.
- Limited Range of Motion
The inability to move your hips/thighs within its normal range of motion.
Stiffness is the sensation that the hip joint does not move as freely as it used to.
To relieve hip stress, the upper body often involuntarily shifts towards the affected side.
- Pain During Weight-Bearing Activities
Inflammation causes hip cartilage to wear down, leading to painful movement.
- Pain at Rest
Constant painful feeling in the hips area while sleeping and sitting.
- Clicking or Catching Sensations
Hip snapping or popping sensation when moving.
- Radiating Pain
Pain moves from the hips to the entire area around.
A painful lump appears on the hips.
- Muscle Weakness
Inability to lift the affected leg, difficulty clearing toe off ground.
- Tenderness to Touch
The sore sensation when hips are touched or pressed.
- Night Pain
Severe hip pain during the night while sleeping.
- Pain with Sitting
Severe hip pain during the night while sitting.
- Pain Management
- Manual Therapy
- Stretching and Flexibility Exercises
- Strengthening Exercises
- Posture Training
- Body Mechanics Education
- Activity Modification
- Functional Training
- Home Exercise Program