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Physio for hip

While you might associate hip pain with the elderly, it can strike all age groups!

The hip joint is one of the most used joints in our entire body, so it stands to reason that the hip is built to withstand large amounts of punishment. However, the hip isn’t invincible.

Are you suffering from hip injuries or pain? Choose Physio AUS for comprehensive hip treatment.

What causes hip pain?

The hip is connected to just about every major muscle group in the lower body including the quads, glutes and abdominals. And as the key pivot point for much of the lower body’s movement, it’s no wonder that the hips may feel tight or sore! Some causes of hip pain include:

  • Groin and hamstring injuries
  • Sub-optimal positioning between your femur and the socket in your pelvis

  • Muscle or tendon strains

  • Bursitis (when the fluid-filled sacs that fill in joints and minimise friction are damaged)
  • Arthritis, particularly in older people
  • Prolonged hip use without adequate breaks

The hip is deeply intertwined with major muscle groups in your lower body, as well as your pelvis, groin and lower spine, making it particularly disruptive if you suffer from hip pain. As such, it’s especially important to treat hip pain correctly!

How can I deal with my hip pain?

Physio Treatment for Hip Pain

In the past, hip pain was treated solely with injections or painkillers. At Physio AUS, we strongly believe that a preventative approach that strengthens your hips is the ideal solution. We attack the root of the problem, not just the symptoms.

If recurring hip pain is stopping you from playing sport, getting to the gym, or simply living your life, talk to Physio AUS today. Ben and his highly qualified team will begin by analysing not just your hip, but also the complex web of muscles and tendons around it to get a full understanding of the source of your pain.

With this understanding, Ben and his team provide personalised treatments including manual therapy to improve joint mobility, as well as strengthening and stretching exercises.

Book a consultation and take the first step towards diagnosing your hip problem and sustaining strength for the long-term.

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