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Treatment for hip pain

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There is a close interaction between the functions of the pelvis and features of the hip joints. Crooked or stiff pelvis can lead to reduced mobility of the hip joints and visa versa. Therefore, both areas considered carefully in order to find the true source of the complaint. Crooked or stiff pelvis is far more common than most people think, and are mainly due to overloading or minor trauma and accidents. When the pelvis is not functioning normally, this can cause pain in the back, buttocks, groin, hips and radiation into the legs.

Reduced mobility in hip joints is often associated with / muscle inflammation in surrounding muscles and tendons. This causes usually pain locally around the hip joint and on the inside or outside of the thigh. Man is often not rid plagues before inflammation is removed. Both pelvic and hip joints can be corrected by our chiropractors where we seek to restore normal function and mobility.

Examination of chiropractor for your hip pain

Our chiropractors will initially examine you to rule out serious causes of pain. This is done by an in-depth conversation with the patient with subsequent physical examination and possible referring to MRI and / or X-ray examinations if necessary. When surveys are done the chiropractor will identify location and cause of the pain, then put a correct diagnosis.

Treatment by a chiropractor for hip pain

Treatment by a chiropractor seeks to restore the normal function of the locomotor and nervous system to decrease pain, promote overall health and increase quality of life. Our chiropractors mainly uses his hands in the processing and uses a variety of methods and techniques to restore normal function in the joints, muscles, connective tissue and nervous system, these include:

  • Specific joint corrections
  • Mobilizing joints
  • Strains
  • Muscular techniques
  • Neurological techniques
  • Stabilising training
  • Exercises, advice and guidance
Our practitioners are on hand to treat you