What causes hip pain? Hip pain can be caused by several conditions, including arthritis, hip fractures, bursitis, tendinitis, muscle, or tendon strain.
What causes hip pain? Hip pain can be caused by several conditions, including arthritis, hip fractures, bursitis, tendinitis, muscle, or tendon strain. These conditions can either be caused by natural wear and tear that comes with aging or can be caused by an injury, new or old.
New Health Chiropractic & Integrated Healthcare offers our patients natural alternatives that can help avoid invasive surgeries that have lengthy downtimes. We offer many options for relieving your hip pain quickly and effectively with long-lasting results.
Hip Joint Pain Relief
Our hips endure a lot of wear and tear throughout our lifetime since they carry the entire weight of our body. As we age, the muscles and tendons get worn down, so do the joints and cartilage. Because our hips are designed to be strong and withstand a great deal of strain, we don’t always realize the effects on the joint by doing everyday activities.
The way we stand, walk, and sit has a great impact on the hip joints and can cause aches and pains in the hips. Dr. Rich will accurately evaluate and assess the root of hip pain and devise a treatment plan specific to your needs. By getting the proper treatment, we can help prevent future pain and injury.
Hip Pain Treatments
Whatever the cause of your pain, we offer a natural alternative to hip replacement surgery. Surgeries and medications are accompanied by a variety of risks and possible complications. If you or a loved one has hip pain in the Madison area or nearby areas, call us today at (608) 273-2222 to schedule a complimentary consultation and let us get you back to an active lifestyle free of pain.
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