Hip Pain

Hip Pain Relief

About Hip Pain

Hip pain is the pain felt in or around the hip area. The hip joint is very large yet fairly stable and a weight bearing joint. Body weight contributes a portion of the force to the joint; while the force is also being put on due to the muscle contraction around the joint produce hip pain.

Hip pain could result from a number of factors, the problems with nerves, bones, joints, however, one of the common causes of hip pain is from muscular dysfunctions include other soft tissues around the hip or distal from other part of the body call referral pain.

Hip pain can range from minor discomfort to disabling, from minor aches to sharp pain. Beside hip pain, other symptoms may also present such as burning, numbness, tingling, weakness, stiffness, or pain shooting to the leg or foot. Hip pain may happen suddenly or chronically, pain repeatedly or comes and goes or persistent.

Acute Hip Pain

Acute hip pain refers to sudden onset with short term live usually due to an injury, trauma, accident, improper lifting or strenuous physical effort. Acute hip pain may characterize by having sharp pain, spasm, swelling, inflammation, and hot or burning sensations.

Acute hip pain sometimes happens with no apparent reasons, in these cases, the sudden onset of hip pain may result from its already stressed and poor condition of muscles. Hip pain could also refer from some other part of body such as back, gluteus, groin and leg.

Chronic Hip Pain

Chronic hip pain is described long-term hip pain with deep aches, dull or burning pain. Chronic hip pain could result from injuries, trauma, sports, or from acute hip pain led to chronic hip pain if its not treat properly at the time.

Chronic hip pain may be caused by poor posture, a sleeping position, illness, stress, and anxiety. Physical conditions that could contribute to chronic hip pain are lack of muscle tone, excessive weight, pregnancy or core stability deficiency. Chronic hip pain may also result from already stressed and poor condition of muscles.

Causes of Hip Pain

Causes of hip pain may result from arthritis, trauma, accident, sports injury, overuse, limp, leg length difference and excessive weight. Cause of chronic pain also could from the accumulated wearing and tearing of our body experiences day-to-day basis that puts the risk of hip pain.

While bone fractures, degeneration of the hip joint, tendonitis or bursitis could cause hip pain; it is more common that the result of muscular dysfunctions cause hip pain. Other several factors may contribute to hip pain is inflammation, muscle spasm, soft tissue adhesion and altered foot mechanics.

Hip Pain Relief

Hip pain and associated symptoms could be relieved through massage therapy incorporating with other forms of manual therapy such as:

  • Acute hip pain
  • Core stability deficiency
  • Degenerative problems
  • Hyperlodosis
  • Hip spasm / cramp
  • Hip immobile / stiffness
  • Ligament sprain
  • Muscle tension tightness
  • Nerve root compression
  • Pain shooting to leg
  • Repeatedly injury
  • Sports injury / joint pain
  • Chronic hip pain
  • Dull / aches in hip
  • Hot / Burning in hip
  • Hypokyphosis
  • Hip weakness / fatigue
  • Hip pain due to weather
  • Muscle strain / muscle pull
  • Numbness / Tingling
  • Posture problems
  • Pain comes and goes
  • Sciatic pain / Pelvic pain
  • Sharp pain / shooting pain

Hip Pain Treatment

Place to Heal is experienced in treating hip pain and associated symptoms listed in section “Hip Pain Relief”. The hip pain treatment is natural and safe.

Hip pain treatment is provided by experienced R.M.T with hands-on manual therapy, helps to facilitate your body’s own natural healing ability and has had high success rates with long term relief in hip pain.

Hip pain treatment is geared to individual cases to find out what the underlining causes are. Earlier treatment could minimize the symptoms of hip pain and potential complications or difficulties.

Hip pain treatments with manual therapy incorporated Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy, Massage Therapy, Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy, Deep Tissue Massage, and Soft Tissue Mobilization effectively help relieve hip pain and associated symptoms.


If you are experiencing one or more type of the pain listed below, and are seeking natural therapy for relief.
Place to Heal can help.

  • Piercing pain
  • Firing pain
  • Ulcer like pain
  • Sharp pain
  • Acute pain
  • Raw pain
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Characteristic of Pain

If you are experiencing one or more of these characteristic of pain listed below, and are seeking natural therapy for relief.
Place To Heal can help.

  • Pain comes & goes
  • Pain persistent
  • Pain at rest or during activities
  • Pain in local area or distal
  • Pain shooting down
  • Pain worse in the morning
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Annoying Sensations

If you are experiencing one or more of these annoying sensations, and are seeking natural therapy for relief.
Place to Heal can help.

  • Numbness
  • Pins & needles
  • Stiffness
  • Immobile
  • Heaviness
  • Dizziness
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