Degenerative changes in the lower limb aren’t just uncomfortable; they’re also disabling and that’s even worse. The most important element of hip pain is identifying where the source of pain is originating from.
Chiropractic care focuses on healing the whole body through a series of adjustments, massage, hot and cold therapies, and ultrasound. Rheumatoid arthritis causes the joint to become inflamed and can often cause the destruction of the surrounding cartilage. Hip pain can be caused by strain, overuse, arthritis, sports participation and even pregnancy. As a Chiropractic patient, we will personally tailor a chiropractic and wellness program using highly-effective techniques that are non-invasive and targeted to your hip pain.
Although hip pain is frequently the result of osteoarthritis or injury, it can also be a sign of other health conditions. Conditions like osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis cause inflammation in the hip joint, as well as the destruction of cartilage cushioning the bones. You might not realize this but the hips plays a vital part in mobility of your body and if they are in pain, you’ll find that you can’t move as easily as you used to. While all of these methods used in combination will be most effective in combating hip pain, often times patients can find significant relief from chiropractic adjustments alone.