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Find the Source of your Hip Pain!

Physical Therapy for Hip Pain

The hips are large joints in your body, where the ball of the thigh bone joins the pelvis. The hip joint is very crucial in assisting movement, helping the thighs move back and forth. The hips also aid in rotating when changing direction and walking. Pain or injury in the hips can be painful and disabling. 

There could be many causes of hip pain, and depending on the circumstances, the pain could be acute or chronic. Some causes include arthritis, fracture or sprain, sciatica, or bursitis. Symptoms like limping, joint pain, difficulty moving, and swelling can occur.  The treatment will depend on the severity and cause of the pain.

After a hip injury or surgery, getting the right rehabilitation program is imperative to a fast recovery.  Physical therapists are experts at this, they provide the tools to improve a patient’s mobility and strength. Through targeted exercises and stretches your hip pain can be reduced and range of motion improved. A physical therapist can use other techniques to promote healing as well. Techniques like laser therapy, can stimulate the bodies natural healing process and aid in the repair of damaged tissue.

At Reddy Care Physical and Occupational Therapy our team is highly skilled in diagnosing and treating hip pain.  Using their knowledge and our state-of-the-art equipment, our therapist will work with you to design the best treatment plan for you.  Don’t suffer, call us to schedule a consultation, and get started today!



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