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Do you know someone suffering from Hip Pain?

Hip Pain and Physical Therapy

Physical Therapists can help patients avoid the need for surgery by helping them regain freedom of motion and freedom from pain.

Hip Treatment:

Modalities for Pain and Swelling:

Passive Range of Motion:

The therapist will gently begin passive range of motion exercises if the active range of motion is not tolerated or, if post-op, active ROM is not yet permitted. The patient will be brought through tolerable and permitted ranges to improve the patient’s hip mobility.

Joint Mobilizations:

The therapist will use joint mobilizations for patients with decreased ROM due to capsular restrictions.  These mobilizations are performed based on a patient’s symptoms and restrictions, and as tolerated by the patient.

Progressive Resistive Exercises:

Strengthening exercises begin when a patient is able to tolerate resistance and can begin the strengthening portion of the rehabilitation. Patients are guided through an exercise program prescribed by the therapist and are progressed by the therapist when it is tolerated by the patient, or permitted by the physician.

 

Functional Integration:

Exercises are based on the functional needs of the patient for work or sport, as well as everyday tasks that need to be performed by the patient. As the patient progresses, more function is added to the protocol to increase the patient’s ability to perform in work, sport, and all other activities of daily living.

 

 

If you have any questions, give Reddy Care Physical & Occupational Therapy a call!
Reddy Care Great Neck: 516-829-0030
Reddy Care Farmingdale: 516-420-2900
In-Home Physical & Occupational Therapy: 516-829-0030

 

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