Physical Therapy for Hip Pain

Many of the millions of people dealing with hip pain will see a physical therapist at some point in their journey toward pain relief.MedStar Physical Therapist are  highly educated, licensed professional who treats most of injuries, diseases and chronic conditions .One of the most sever injuries that treats by our physical Therapist is Hip Pain.stretching, Strengthening, balance training, gait training, joint mobilization/stabilization are various Physical Therapy treatments that our physical Therapist use to help the patients get rid  to their pain and return to activity.  

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What cause in Hip Pain?

Hip pain is a common complaint that can be caused by a wide variety of problems. So; there are some of the reasons that commonly cause hip pain:

1.Core muscle injury.



4.Labral tears.

5.Gynecological or pelvic floor issues.

6.Hip impingement.


Types of Hip Pain

Hip pain can have causes that aren’t due to underlying disease. Examples include trauma, lying on a side for a prolonged period, overuse, muscle stiffness, sitting in an awkward position, sprains, or strains.In addition There are many types of Hip pain may include:



3.,Trochanteric bursitis

4.Hip tendinitis

5.Muscle or tendon strain 

6.Hip labral tear 

Resting, avoiding prolonged sitting, using ice packs for swelling, and taking warm showers or baths to relax muscles may help relieve hip pain. Taking an over-the-counter pain medication such as acetaminophen, ibuprofen or Naproxen may also help.

See a doctor immediately if you:

1.Have severe pain or sudden swelling
2.Can’t move your leg or hip
3.Can’t bear weight on your leg

Make an appointment with MedStar if you:

1.Don’t improve after self-treatment
2.Struggle to work, walk, or do daily tasks
3.Have pain that persists or worsens
4.Feel pain in a specific area at the hip joint

Symptoms that occur with Hip Pain 

Depending on the condition that’s causing your hip pain, you might feel the discomfort in yours: 


2.Inside of the hip joint 


4..Outside of the hip joint 


6.Muscle stiffness 

7.Pain in the hip 


Preventing Hip Pain 

The best way to prevent the hip injuries that cause a burning is to maintain a healthy weight by developing good eating habits, committing to an exercise routine and frequently stretching in addition there are many ways to prevent hip pain my include: 

1.Maintain a Healthy  

2.Practice Proper Posture. 

3.Cushion Hips and Knees While Sleeping. 

4.Wear Comfortable, Supportive Shoes. 

5.Warm Up and Stretch Before and After Exercise. 

6.Incorporate Resistance Training into Your Workouts. 

7.Modify Exercises as Needed. 


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