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Hip Pain Treatment in Sugar Land

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Hip pain can prevent you from doing the things you love. It can also prevent you from doing the things that are necessary, like working and doing chores around the house. Working with a chiropractor can help you manage your pain and improve your condition. At Hogan Spine & Rehab, we help patients like you to treat and avoid hip pain. Knowing the symptoms and causes of hip pain can help you decide when it's time to get hip pain treatment in Sugar Land.

Causes and Symptoms

Hip pain can happen because of injuries and chronic conditions. Below are some of the most common causes and symptoms of hip pain.

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  • Arthritis- Arthritis is an inflammation of the joints and the surrounding connective tissues. There are different forms of arthritis and not all arthritis affects the hip. Arthritis hurts the most when the joints are in motion
  • Sciatica- Sciatica is a condition that occurs when the sciatic nerve becomes pinched. This pinched nerve causes pain to radiate up and down the leg, hips, and buttocks. Sciatica can also cause numbness.
  • Injury -Injury to the hip as the result of a fall can cause hi
  • Overuse-Overuse of the joints, especially from hard use like running, can cause hip damage and hip pain.
  • Bursitis - This condition causes the fluid-filled sacs between the joints to become inflamed. The result of this is that movement is painful.
  • Tendinitis - This is the inflammation of a tendon. Symptoms of tendonitis include pain and tenderness. Tendinitis is most common around other joints, but can also be found around the hip.
  • Hip Strain - This condition occurs when the ligaments around the hip become stretched or torn. This kind of injury can occur as the result of injury from sports or an injury from a fall.

Treatment Options for Hip Pain in Sugar Land Texas

As your chiropractor in Sugar Land, Texas, we provide a variety of hip pain treatments without surgery for your hip pain. Treatments include:

Physical Therapy can be an effective treatment for hip pain. A physical therapist can create a personalized treatment plan that may include strengthening exercises, range of motion exercises, manual therapy, modalities, and education. It's important to consult with a healthcare provider to determine the underlying cause of the hip pain and to receive appropriate treatment.

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Chiropractic Care: We provide spinal adjustment to realign the bones of the spine, to relieve pressure on parts of the body like the hip. A Spinal adjustment also promotes healing by ensuring the proper delivery of signals from the brain to the rest of the body. This promotes healing and can help patients recover from injuries more quickly.

Spinal Decompression: Spinal decompression is a type of motorized traction that gently stretches the spine, causing it to change position. Spinal decompression takes the pressure off of spinal discs. Spinal decompression can be used to relieve pressure on the nerves, which can help conditions like sciatica. Spinal decompression can also be used to stop herniated discs. Since herniated discs can cause patients to assume compensatory postures that put pressure on the hip, spinal decompression can be sometimes used to treat hip pain. 

MLS Laser Therapy: MLS laser therapy uses pulses from a laser to treat inflammation and pain in damaged tissue. MLS laser therapy helps treat the pain without addictive pain medications and also helps patients heal. 

Regenerative Medicine is a rapidly advancing field that focuses on using the body's natural healing mechanisms to repair damaged tissues and organs. In the case of hip pain, regenerative medicine techniques can be used to treat a variety of conditions, including osteoarthritis, avascular necrosis, and labral tears. Hip pain can be treated using several regenerative medicine techniques, including:

  • Connective Tissue Matrix: CTM injections can help to repair the damaged cartilage in the hip joint. The connective tissue matrix acts as a scaffold for new cartilage growth, while also promoting the formation of blood vessels and other structures necessary for healing. This can help to improve joint function and reduce pain and stiffness.
  • Mesenchymal Stem Cell Therapy: MSC therapy can treat hip pain by promoting tissue repair and regeneration. In cases of hip arthritis or injury, the cartilage and other tissues in the hip joint can become damaged, causing pain and limiting mobility. MSCs can be injected directly into the joint, where they can differentiate into new cartilage cells and help repair the damaged tissue.

Why Hogan Spine & Rehab?

At Hogan Spine & Rehab, we use natural, non-invasive treatments to help our patients recover from hip injuries. We also treat chronic conditions. Whether you've just recently started suffering from hip pain, or you've had this problem for many years, Hogan Spine & Rehab can help. We never use surgical techniques to treat our patients, so our recovery times are quicker, and our treatments have fewer side effects. 

Contact Your Hip Pain Doctor In Sugar Land 

Hogan Chiropractic is your source for hip pain treatment in Sugar Land, Texas. At Hogan Spine & Rehab, we have same-day appointments available and accept most insurances. Every patient is unique, so we offer a free consultation for new patients. This enables us to diagnose the condition and devise a treatment plan that will work for you. Call us today at (281) 240-2225 .

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