Hip pain can stem from your hip itslef, thigh, groin or buttock.

Hip pain treatments derived from regenerative medicine have proven to be a reliable, fast and affordable option for those who want to be pain free.

hip painHip conditions can be caused by:

arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis (from straining), pelvic issues and labral tears.

If you have an auto accident injury that makes one leg shorter than the other, this can also cause hip and or back pain.

If you are an athlete:

You may use your hip joints to make that goal or stick the landing, at some point in your career, you will probably experience some level of hip aches.

If you are active, and your hip flexor (the group of muscles that lets you bring your knee and leg up toward your body) or groin is tender to the touch or when you move, you may have tendonitis.

Straining or overusing tendon:

(the “cords” that attach the muscle to the bone) creates repeated minor injuries that eventually leads to muscular imbalances in the hip.

The labrum is the ring of cartilage that surrounds the hip socket:

This cartilage ensures the ball of the thighbone stays in place. When it tears (often in athletes and dancers) it causes discomfort in the hip or groin; thus limiting movement.

This creates a sensation in the hip that may cause locking up, catching or clicking.

The pain you feel in your hip could also be coming from elsewhere else … your pelvis:

If the pain is limited to your groin and coincides with ovulation (your period), the cause could be endometriosis or fibroids rather than a problem with the hip.

Urological and gastrointestinal issues, such as gastroenteritis and prostate cancer, could also cause pain that’s easily mistaken for a hip injury.

Contact us to find out how our non-invasive treatments can help! Avoid hip surgery.