Hip Pain and Thigh Pain
Most hip pain stems from limited motion of the hip causing abnormal pressures to different muscles, tendons or ligaments around the area. With acute pain, it can be felt deep in the groin or outer hip. However, with more severe irritation, radiating pain can even be felt into the thigh or knee.
Having flexible hip joints with strong muscular support is the key to a healthy back. When the hips don’t move like they should, the normal forces of walking, bending and squatting are transferred to the spine instead of being absorbed by the hips.
How our physiotherapists can help
During your physiotherapy session, our physiotherapists will perform a thorough evaluation of your hip range of motion, strength, and joint mobility. We will determine where your limitations are and formulate a treatment plan that will take care of the root cause of your pain. Book an appointment today so that we may help you achieve normal pain free walking and return to the activities that you love!