Hip Pain

Hip pain is a common presentation to the Clinic. We are often told by patients that they have Arthritis, Wear and Tear, Degeneration, amongst other complaints. However, more often than not, lots can be done to help. We now understand that the structure of the joint does not guarantee pain, so its very common to have arthritis and yet no pain.

Hip / Back and Knee Pain go hand in hand. Our job is to give you a whole body assessment to find out WHY you hurt.

This requires a thorough examination to look at your: 

The causes of your Hip Pain could relate to Tendonitis, Bursitis, Nerve Impingements, or compensation from past injuries in other areas.
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Why do I Hurt?

There are two reasons to get “…..” Pain. Firstly, if there is true damage to the joints, muscles or other hardware structures. This is why the first step in our process is to rule out any Structural issues.

Without the presence of any “Damage” Pain is due to protection of the Brain and Nervous System (Often from Past Injuries).

Pain is here a protective response gone wrong. Our job is to find out why and get you on the road to recovery. 

Why Us?

We don’t just use massage and manipulation to “manage” or “reduce” symptoms. We solve the puzzle of pain to get you back to 100% and Pain Free as fast as possible.

We also teach you to how to help yourself. Our patient portal has educational content on exercises, health and wellbeing and pain education.

Should I Exercise for my Pain?

In the early stages, our job is to get you ready to exercise. The common issue is that people try out exercises TOO soon. We need to first make sure you are “at the start line”. This means making sure the Brain and Body are not protecting you and tightening you up to compensate from past injuries.

Once we have got you to this point (Stage 4 in our 5 step process) we utilise our Patient Portal Website to give you the specific exercises you need.

What If I have been told I have Arthritis?

More often than not, this does not mean you have to live with Pain! Even when you have been told you have Wear and Tear or Arthritis, we always encourage a free assessment for a new perspective on what can be done to help.

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