Hip pain

Hip pain is becoming increasingly common after sporting injury, especially as the pace and load for sport increases. Pain in the hip can arise from trauma or overuse. It can also be due to degenerative or arthritic change. Pain in and around the hip can affect the hip joint itself – either the actual ‘ball-and-socket’ or the specialized cartilage within the joint, called the labrum. It can also affect the gluteal and hip stabilising muscles, the bursae (soft tissue structures around the joint).

Physiotherapists can assess the hip joint to determine which structure is the most likely source of your pain and help you treat the pain with mobilisation, massage and appropriate stretching and strengthening exercises.

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