The hip is the area where your thigh and pelvis bone meet. It is important because it helps to support the weight of the body and maintain balance. Hip pain can be caused by a number of different problems in the ligaments, muscles, tendons, and other structures that help support the hip.
If you experience acute hip pain, see your doctor before it becomes a chronic problem. Physical therapy can help eliminate or postpone the need for painful, total hip replacement surgery. Physical therapy is also an option for patients after or post hip replacement surgery.
Ask your doctor if you experience:
Causes of Hip Pain
Why Try Physical Therapy
A physical therapist can manage or reduce pain with individualized treatment plan: a combination of different modalities, hands-on manual therapy, exercises, and education.
Physical therapy is an option for those who want to delay or prevent hip surgery, and it is also for those who want to recover after hip replacement surgery. A physical therapist can help you to regain function, reduce hip pain, and improve function.
Consider a Custom Sole Support™
A custom sole support is not like arch supports, insoles, or other orthotics you find over-the-counter at the supermarket or drugstore.
The difference is that they:
Our physical therapists can fit you for custom sole supports at our office.
Learn more about Sole Supports™ by visiting their website, or call our office today for more information about cost, availability, and appointments.
Find out how physical therapy can help with your hip pain today!
Call our office at 626-576-0591 for a free consultation.
We can also provide free insurance verification before your first visit.
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