More about Hip pain
Muscle imbalance or reduced ’core’ stability
Acute traumatic injury or long term overuse
Examples include..groin or thigh strain, bursitis, or gluteal tendinopathy.
Why choose goPhysio?
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Having attended goPhysio 2 years ago for a different issue, I didn’t hesitate to arrange a consultation for a new problem.With a pandemic lockdown, I wondered if they would be open but they were and I felt completely safe. Treatment began on my first visit after a thorough analysis of the issue. I had put off doing anything about the tendonitis for far too long but now after a course of treatment and an exercise program, I am well on the road to a complete recovery. The receptionists and Physiotherapist were always friendly, and courteous. I feel lucky to have goPhysio on the doorstep!
– J Fraser
HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
At goPhysio we’ll assess the source of your injury and provide bespoke treatment plan to help;
Improve joint mobility
Improve joint stability
Strengthen and correct any long term muscle imbalances
Improve movement such as walking and running
Focus on your return to activity and sport
Which painkillers are best for my hip pain?
I think I have osteoarthritis, will I need a hip replacement?
due to the longer-term nature of their condition, the severity of pain while weight bearing and marked limitation in mobility and day to day activities. Nevertheless a physiotherapy assessment would assess the severity and degree of functional deterioration, the prognosis from treatment and we’d refer you on for x-ray and surgical opinion if relevant. However surgery is often not the answer. For the vast majority of people it’s about treatment and exercises to get active and fit. Less than 3% of people with hip pain might be considered for surgery.
My pain is quite severe and isn't easing what should I do?
When I get up out of the chair or get moving my hip is sore, what should I do?
What is the best treatment for Hip injuries?
There are lots of treatments that can be used to help, depending on the injury. Treatment will often start with easing the symptoms of the injury, such as pain and inflammation. In parallel to this, addressing the underlying cause and working on strength and stability to prevent recurrence is key. Treatments may include: