Hip pain may be experienced in the hip joint as a referred pain from a problem somewhere else, for example from the nerves in the lower back . On the other hand, hip pain hip can be due to misalignment’s form the joints below leading to altered pressure on the hip joints.
Chronic hip pain requires proper history, examination, and diagnosis to determine a course of treatment. A chiropractor can perform these procedures and will recommend a suitable treatment program for your condition. Your chiropractor may also outline goals and recommend changes in lifestyle to help reduce the chances of a re-injury and to better manage your present complaint. Hip problems whether acute or chronic can both benefit from supportive care. Proper exercise, stretching, nutrition, and support can all aid in your recovery and enhance your functionality. The goal is to stay active but not create pain in the joint.
Hip pain can be caused by many factors, including:
Injuries caused by gait problems, repetitive motion or overuse of the joint. These injuries are especially common among athletes and are one of the top causes of hip problems.
Otheoarthritis in the hip, and other age-related degenerative conditions. In these cases, the disease may be compounded by a previous injury, as well.
Fractures and other acute injuries. Treatment for hip pain can involve many areas of the body depending on the cause of the problem. A gait analysis is often undertaken and can help to indicate if the feet are playing a part in the hip pain