Hip Pain

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

Stiffness is the  sensation that the hip joint does not move as freely as it used to.

  • Limping

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.

  • Swelling

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.



Available treatment:

  • Pain Management
  • Manual Therapy
  • Stretching and Flexibility Exercises
  • Strengthening Exercises
  • Posture Training
  • Body Mechanics Education
  • Activity Modification
  • Functional Training
  • Modalities
  • Home Exercise Program
  • Education