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what is a hip pain?

Hip pain and can stretch anywhere from your lower back to your upper thighs. Every part of your body goes through a lot of action to keep up with your active lifestyle. Your hip supports the weight of your entire upper body in static as well as in dynamic conditions. The hip joint, that joins the femur(upper thigh bone) and the pelvis plays a very important role in maintaining and balancing your body posture in any position.

Hip pain symptom is the sensation of discomfort in or around the hip joint. Hip pain symptoms may include limping, loss of motion of the hip, groin pain, swelling over the hip, joint pain, etc.

When you use the hip in dynamic conditions like running, a cushion of cartilage helps to prevent friction as the hip bone moves in the socket of the joint. No matter how durable your body is, it isn’t indestructible. Hip pain causes may include the cartilage protecting the hip bone from becoming damaged or wearing down with age and use. Other parts like tendons and muscles in the hip region can get damaged too due to overuse or injury giving rise to various types of hip pain.

Bones in the hip can even break during a serious injury. Any of these conditions can lead to hip pain. If your hip pain is more gradual in onset refusing to respond to rest or ice, it might be time to seek help from professional hip pain treatments that can range from medications to hip pain physical therapy.

types of hip pain

If you’ve been experiencing sore hips, here are a few conditions that might be causing your discomfort and how to get hip pain relief.

  • Arthritis: Rheumatoid arthritis and Osteoarthritis are the most common causes of hip pain in adults who are above 40 to 50 years of age. With arthritis, one also feels a stiff and reduced range of motion with their hip.
  • Hip fractures: Your bones can become weak and brittle with age or any mineral deficiency. Such weakened bones are more vulnerable to break during a fall.
  • Tendinitis: Tendons are durable, elastic and thick bands of tissue that attach bones to muscles. Tendinitis is the irritation or inflammation of the tendons. Repetitive stress from overuse of these tissues can cause them to inflame.
  • BursitisThis affects other cartilages protecting the hip joint. We also have Bursae, which are sacs of liquid found between tissues such as bone, muscles, and tendons in the hip region as well as our whole body. Repeated activities can put a strain on and eventually inflame/injure the muscles, tendons, cartilages and ligaments of the hip joint leading conditions like Hip Labral Tear.
  • Cancers: Cancers can severely damage your body if they spread. Cancer in the hip region can cause pain. Some rare types can be Snapping hip syndrome and Osteonecrosis. Snapping hip syndrome usually occurs in athletes or dancers and is characterized by a snapping sound or feeling in the hip region. This is usually painless, but with pain, it is usually a sign of cartilage tear in the hip. Osteonecrosis occurs when blood doesn’t reach the bones, either temporarily or permanently.

what are the main causes of hip pain?

  • When tissues in and around the hip become strained due to overuse, they may get inflamed. This can cause pain and prevent the hip from working normally.
  • A rip in the ring of cartilage called labrum can cause hip pain. The labrum cushions the top of your thighbone at the hip joint. Athletes and people who go through repetitive twisting movements are at higher risk of this condition.
  • A fractured bone of any point in the hip can cause severe hip pain.
  • Tumours that had started in the bone or that has spread to the bone can cause pain in the hips, as also other bones of the body.
  • Joint injury, heavy use of steroid medications or alcohol, and cancer treatments may put you at risk for a condition called osteonecrosis that stops blood flow to bones causing severe damage.

diagnosis of hip pain

  • Health care professionals diagnose hip pain by studying your history followed by a physical examination or other advanced methods.
  • Physical examination can be used to precisely detect pain-aggravating positions while you are asked to perform certain movements.
  • A healthcare professional may use imaging studies such as X-rays, CT scans, and MRI scans, to further define the reason for hip pain.
  • Fluid tests that involve taking samples of blood, urine and even joint fluid for testing in a laboratory are usually done for diagnosing arthritis.
  • The doctor may need to do a bone biopsy to check for abnormalities in the bone and its surrounding tissues in the hip.

hip pain treatment

Hip pain treatment needed by the patient depends on the type or actual cause of the pain experienced. For very minor or non-existent symptoms some home remedies for hip pain works well. Medication can help for mild pains while for long-term benefits and serious symptoms of hip pain physical therapy is essential. If these forms of hip pain treatments fail, surgery might be a resort.

Medication for Hip Pain:

For some conditions or injuries, treatment might involve bed rest & medications such as naproxen to cure the swelling and pain. Arthritis treatments include prescription anti-inflammatory medicines like corticosteroids, disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs etc.

Physical Therapy for Hip Pain

Your doctor may suggest you some hip pain exercises to improve the strength and flexibility of your hip.

Alternative Therapies for Hip Pain

Some holistic therapies can provide relief from hip pain. This can include a chiropractor for having acupuncture or an adjustment. Acupuncture involves temporary placement of very small needles into affected areas of your body to promote healing.

Surgery for Hip Pain

For cases like osteoarthritis, the pain is intense, or the hip joint may even become deformed, and then hip replacement (arthroplasty) may be considered. Fractures bones in the hip sometimes need surgery to fix the fracture or even replace the hip.

when do you need us?

Hip pain physical therapy is one of the most popular and effective kinds of hip pain treatment. Stretching and resistance training with low-impact exercises may reduce pain with improving joint mobility and range of motion. Hip pain exercises help your medication act even more effectively! We promise you with bests of hip pain physical therapy with our quality physiotherapy service and experienced in-home doctors. You will be diagnosed and treated in your home without the hassle of even visiting a doctor. If your hip pain condition is not serious enough for surgical intervention, we would gladly recommend the right home remedies for pain.

how we can help

We provide you with all the assistance and treatment for your fast recovery through our special home remedies for hip pain. Our expert physiotherapists will prescribe and assist you with the physical therapy for hip pain best suited for your needs. You can get these amazing facilities in your home whenever you need and also as part of your post-surgery recovery. Our doctors, physiotherapists and nurses are experts at what they do and hence promise you the best path to recovery.


With proper medical care and a healthy lifestyle, hip pain can be treated and easily kept in control. Get the right assistance at the right time, and hip pain can never be a bump in your way to a healthy and active lifestyle!

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