The causes of pain in the hip joint can be extremely complex and multifactorial. This is due to the location of the joint, which is a kind of intermediate link, common to the trunk and lower limb.
Degenerative changes in the femur, tendinitis, muscle strain or problems with the spine. These are just some of the conditions that can manifest as sudden pain in the hips, radiating to the groin, thigh, lower leg or back. If the pain persists for a relatively long time, it should not be ignored, and the Physiotherapy process should be started.
Possible Hip Disorders
Greater Trochanter Pain Syndrome (GTPS)
Snapping Hip Syndrome
Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome (FAI)
In ATP Physio Clinic we are able to diagnose any above condition following of full assessment of the hip, back and pelvis.
After a thorough examination of the patient, we propose a physiotherapy plan that may include manual therapy, combination therapy, electrotherapy, or ultrasound. If the patient is diagnosed with degenerative hip disease, we offer also intra-articular injections with the use of hyaluronic acid or Platelet Rich Plasma.
Initial Physiotherapy Treatment
Hyaluronic Acid Joint Injections
PRP Joint And Soft Tissues Injections