Hip Problems

Hip Problems Osteopathic Treatment

If you are suffering from pain or discomfort in your hip, you should consider visiting the Penarth Osteopathic Practice

Mechanical pain around the hip and groin can come from many areas such as the hip itself, the lumbar spine or the sacro-iliac joints.

This is because it links the mobile lower extremities to the fixed pelvis and lumbar spine.

Imbalances in the muscles of the pelvic / hip can then lead to hip pain, especially in those that are active or do a lot of exercise.

The osteopathic treatment of the lumbar spine and sacro-iliac joints can also help reduce the symptoms in the hip.

Arthritis in the hip is relatively common as people get older but it does not mean that there is nothing that can be done about it. 

This is because the ligamentous and muscular pain that it causes can respond well to osteopathic treatment. 

And through the prescription of some simple exercises treatment may help delay the progression of the symptoms.

headache and recovery

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If you are unsure about how we can help you, the best way is to talk to us to find out.
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References:

Cibulka MT, White DM, Woehrle J, Harris-Hayes M, Enseki K, Fagerson TL et al.: Hip pain and mobility deficits–hip osteoarthritis: clinical practice guidelines linked to the international classification of functioning, disability, and health from the orthopaedic section of the American Physical Therapy Association. J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 2009, 39: A1-25.
Hernandez-Molina G, Reichenbach S, Zhang B, Lavalley M, Felson DT: Effect of therapeutic exercise for hip osteoarthritis pain: results of a meta-analysis. Arthritis Rheum 2008, 59: 1221-1228.
Hoeksma HL, Dekker J, Ronday HK, Heering A, van der LN, Vel C et al.: Comparison of manual therapy and exercise therapy in osteoarthritis of the hip: a randomized clinical trial. Arthritis Rheum 2004, 51: 722-729.
National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. Osteoarthritis: National clinical guideline for care and management in adults. Clinical guideline 59. 2008.