Hip pain is a common musculoskeletal complaint that chiropractic care is highly effective at treating. Hip pain can be caused by a variety of issues that manifest in distinct ways. Don’t let hip pain drag you down; an experienced chiropractor can help you bypass surgery and alleviate your hip pain naturally – the best way.
This is Inflammation that’s within your hip joints or ligaments and that can become painful as the joints fill with blood or fluid. Painful inflammation can also be caused by bursitis in the bursa that surrounds the hip.
If you’ve been involved in a hip-injuring accident like a slip and fall or a car accident, the trauma can cause a hip fracture, dislocation, strain, sprain, and/or bruising. Any of these can lead to a significant amount of hip pain.
If you routinely engage in activities that overstress your hip joints, you can inflame your hips’ surrounding tendons, muscles, and ligaments. This hip pain from overuse often develops slowly over time.
Osteoarthritis is one of the most prevalent causes of adult hip pain. This is a progressive disease that causes degeneration of the hip joints and cartilage.
Don’t ignore your hip pain; it’s probably not going to go away on its own. There’s also no reason to panic. Hip pain does not mean that you’ll necessarily have to undergo invasive treatments or surgery. Chiropractic care is recognized as an effective treatment for most hip pain, and a skilled chiropractor will work with you to get to the root of your pain and to get you back on the road to recovery.
If You Suffer from Hip Pain, Contact a Tampa Bay Chiropractor Today
If you experience hip pain, that pain is trying to tell you something that you should not ignore. Hip pain has a cause that can be treated, and chiropractic care is a great place to start. If you are ready to tackle your hip pain, contact Tampa Bay Spine & Injury for an appointment today. Our multidisciplinary team provides truly integrated physical medicine, and we will work with you to provide the least invasive and most beneficial hip pain treatment and therapy. We have two offices that are conveniently located in Brandon (813-381-3852) and St. Petersburg (727-898-3852), so please give us a call – or email us through our online contact form – to discuss your hip treatment options with a skilled chiropractic professional.