Hip Pain

Hip Pain

Does medication no longer provide relief for the excruciating pain radiating from your hip? Does threatened immobility hamper your ability to perform your normal activities, such as housework and social activities? Are you afraid of hip replacement surgery and possible side effects?

There is hope! There is relief! There is CuraLase!

The hip is one of the most weight-bearing joints of the body. For this reason, pain in the hip can be debilitating, making it difficult to walk, climb stairs, and even bend over. It can take away the ability to function as an independent person.

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CuraLase has a 90% success rate in relieving pain.

Symptoms of Hip Pain

  • Mild to severe debilitating pain anteriorly (in the front of the hip)
  • Difficulty with walking or other weight bearing activity
  • Stiffness
  • Burning or stabbing in the buttock
  • Groin pain

CuraLase Treatment

  • CuraLase has a 90% success rate in relieving pain.
  • We resolve the pain by targeting the source, not the symptoms.

Anatomy

The hip joint is a ball and socket joint. The joint is formed where the femur (thigh bone) meets the three bones that make up the pelvis—the ilium, ischium, and pelvic bone. The femur has a ball-shaped knob on the end that fits into the socket of the hipbone. A smooth cushion of articular cartilage ¼ inch thick covers the area of the femoral head and acetabulum. The synovial membrane (joint lining) keeps the cartilage slippery so the bones are free to move easily against one another without pain. Large tendons, ligaments and muscles around the hip joint (capsule) hold the bones (ball and socket) in place to keep it from dislocating. The joint has a bursa, a fluid-filled sac that helps the muscles and tendons move freely as the hip moves.

Causes of Hip Pain

Causes of hip pain include trauma, degeneration, misalignment, and arthritis.

  • Sciatica can cause severe hip pain in the back, hip and outer side of the leg. Sciatica is most often caused by compression on the spinal nerve root from a bulging disc.
  • Bursitis, inflammation of the bursa, causes localized pain at the outer area of the hip joint.
    Fractures mostly occur with severe trauma, such as a motor vehicle accident or impact from a fall. A fracture or bone breakage of any of the bones of the hip can occur.
  • Arthritis is inflammation within a joint. The causes of hip joint inflammation can be non-inflammatory, such as osteoarthritis, or inflammatory, such as rheumatoid arthritis or gout. Many patients suffering from arthritis of the hip joint feel severe pain and discomfort that often disables the patient’s mobility.
  • Tendonitis is mostly caused by repetitive motion to any area that causes inflammation to the tendons, which attach muscles to bone.

Pain can also occur in the hip from other diseases or conditions that involve the joint, bones, nerves, or soft tissue that support or supply sensation to the hip. Actually, the hip joint is one of the most common joints to be affected by rheumatic or autoimmune diseases.

What to Expect at CuraLase

Your experience at CuraLase will consist of:

  • Evaluation by our physician and medical staff
  • Treatment plan personalized based on length and severity of condition
  • Treatments administered by a nurse or certified therapist.

The non-surgical and painless therapy offered by CuraLase is an alternative to hip replacement and the fear of complications. Patients have found relief with CuraLase therapy and been able to resume most normal activities. Contact us to schedule a consultation or discuss your specific condition. We will review your symptoms and give you feedback.

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