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Hip | Hip Pain


If you’re experiencing hip pain, you’re one of many thousand. For quick and lasting results, physiotherapy is an excellent option and at Physio Active, our experienced physiotherapists can help relieve your hip pain and improve your quality of life.


Causes of Hip Pain

Hip pain can have many different causes. Some of the most common causes of hip pain include:

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Bursitis
  • Tendinitis
  • Hip fractures
  • Hip labral tears
  • Hip impingement
  • Piriformis syndrome
  • Sciatica

The treatment for hip pain will depend on the underlying cause. At Physio Active, we specialize in providing individualized treatment plans that address the root cause of your pain.


Diagnosing hip pain

To determine the cause of your hip pain, your physiotherapist will likely perform a physical exam and ask you questions about your symptoms. They may also order imaging tests, such as X-rays or an MRI, to get a better look at your hip joint. Once your physiotherapist has a clear understanding of the cause of your pain, they can develop a personalized treatment plan for you.


Treatment options for hip pain

At Physio Active, we offer a range of treatment options for hip pain, including:


Manual therapy

Manual therapy involves hands-on techniques that aim to improve joint mobility, reduce pain, and restore function. Depending on the cause of your hip pain, your physiotherapist may use techniques such as mobilizations, manipulations, or massage to help alleviate your pain.


Exercise therapy

Exercise therapy is an essential component of hip pain treatment. Your physiotherapist will develop an exercise plan that is tailored to your specific needs and goals. Your exercise plan may include stretching, strengthening, and conditioning exercises to help reduce your pain, improve your mobility, and prevent future injuries.


Education and advice

At Physio Active, we believe that education and advice are critical components of hip pain treatment. Your physiotherapist will provide you with information on how to manage your pain, avoid aggravating activities, and improve your overall health and well-being.



In addition to manual therapy and exercise therapy, we also offer modalities such as ultrasound and electrotherapy to help reduce pain and promote healing.


Referral for advanced care

In some cases, advanced care may be necessary to address the underlying cause of your hip pain. If your physiotherapist believes that you could benefit from additional medical treatment, they will refer you to the appropriate specialist.


Preventing hip pain

While it may not be possible to prevent all cases of hip pain, there are some things you can do to reduce your risk. Here are a few tips to keep your hips healthy:

  • Maintain a healthy weight to reduce stress on your hips
  • Stretch regularly to improve flexibility and prevent muscle imbalances
  • Wear supportive shoes that fit well and provide good shock absorption
  • Avoid high-impact activities that put excessive stress on your hips
  • Stay active and engage in regular exercise to keep your hips healthy and strong



If you’re experiencing hip pain, don’t delay the treatment. At Physio Active, we’re committed to helping you find relief from your pain and get back to your normal activities. Our team of experienced physiotherapists will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that addresses the root cause of your pain.


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