Chiropractic for Hip Pain
Hip pain can be caused by many things, including previous injuries, specific types of arthritis, inflammation in and around the joint, and even a shortening of tendons and muscles in the hips, legs, or back.
The most common causes of hip pain include:
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Pinched nerves
- Poor posture
Although our hips are designed to withstand the wear and tear of daily life, the cartilage and joints do wear down with age, can become damaged with time, and ultimately result in more pain and less mobility.
In the past few years, there’s been a great deal of research that shows how effective chiropractic care can be for treating hip pain and its symptoms. Many cases have found that chiropractic adjustments were effective in treating hip osteoarthritis, reducing inflammation, improving joint mobility, and realigning both the hips and spine.
If you experience regular hip pain or limited mobility, contact us to learn how chiropractic can help treat your hip pain and its symptoms.