Physical Therapy for Hip Pain
Hip Pain is an itching and radiating pain starting from the lower abdomen to the entire pelvic area. It can severely impact the movements, i.e., walking or running. The person can feel radiating pain while standing from a seated posture and vice versa. It is a medical condition that requires prompt hip pain treatment, i.e., medication, exercises, or physical therapy for hip pain. To get a picture of causes and symptoms of hip pain, it is significant to understand its anatomical structure. Hip comprehends three major parts.
- Ilium (Ala, Gluteal Surface, Sacropelvic Surface, Iliac Fossa)
- Ischium (Ramus of Ischium, Ischial Spine, Ischial Tuberosity)
- Pubis (Superior Pubic Ramus, Inferior Pubic Ramus)
Causes of Hip Pain.
Hip Pain is originated due to various causes in the ilium, ischium, or pubis. Fall from altitude, injuries, accidents, shock, or any trauma can cause hip pain. Aside from that, inflammation, i.e., inflamed bursa on the lateral hip bones, can cause hip pain that radiates to the thighs and legs as well. It has various other causes.
- Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI)
- Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome(IBFS)
- Trochanteric Bursitis
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Labrum Tear
- Piriformis Syndrome
- Fracture Or Trauma
What should be the immediate treatment option when experiencing hip pain? Visit an orthopedic surgeon or Physical Rehabilitation experts to get proper recommendations about which treatment course should be adapted, i.e., Physical Therapy Exercises for Hip Pain, Invasive Treatment, or use of NSAIDs (Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs).
Symptoms of Hip Pain.
Hip Pain is symptomatic. Radiating pain in various parts of the hip is the most common manifestation of it. Movements are severely restricted, standing, and sitting positions are also affected. Amongst them, there are various other symptoms associated with hip pain.
- Pain In Your Groin
- Difficulty Sitting and Standing
- Lateral Hip Pain
- Difficulty Moving Legs & Hip
- Buttocks Pain
- The problem in Running, Climbing and Walking
Visiting a physical therapy clinic is highly appreciated to recover from the Pain as soon as possible.
Exercises for Hip Pain.
Is Physical Therapy Beneficial for Hip Pain? As per the recommendations of Surgeons and Physical Therapists, it is very effective for treating hip pain. Various exercises are very significant in this regard that can help treat hip pain.
- Single-Leg Romanian Deadlifts
- Hip Circles
- Knee-To-Chest Pose
- Single-Leg Bridge
- Clamshell Exercise
- Sidestep Exercise
- Frankenstein Walk
- Hip Marching
- Threading The Needle
- Lateral Step-Up
- Floor Hip Flexors
- Butterfly Pose
Visit P5 Performance for personalized hip pain treatment by our experienced Physical Therapists.