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Treatment For Hip Pain

Hip pain can very quickly begin to impact your ability to perform everyday tasks and so many who suffer from it often turn to over-the-counter medication to deal with the pain. While these can help, it's important to not become reliant on them to get through the days as these do not address any of the potential underlying issues. Some of the common causes for hip pain will be examined below, but to learn more about hip pain and the available treatments in Fort Lauderdale, FL, you can get in contact with Mobility Spine And Sports with Dr. Darin Bush.

Common Causes

There are three major causes of hip pain, and these are, overuse, injury, and age.

Hip pain related to overuse can typically be treated simply with rest, this allows the joint to heal on its own. But it may also be necessary to adjust your work or workout habits to keep from straining your hip again. But it's still a good idea to seek professional help if the pain doesn't subside after a few days.

Pain caused by age or by injury requires more in-depth treatment to get you back on your feet. Age-related hip pain can often be chronic and managing it usually means managing the underlying condition.

Hip Pain Treatment in Fort Lauderdale, FL

Treatment for hip pain can take a few different approaches, and it begins with a thorough diagnosis that takes into account all of your symptoms along with a physical examination and likely fluid and imaging tests.

Your specialists will typically try to exhaust non-surgical treatments to relieve pain and inflammation and to help you restore mobility. Treatment can involve the use of Osteopathic Manipulation, Interventional injections, and medication, Neuromuscular Reeducation among others.

If you are struggling with hip pain come in for an evaluation today, and schedule a visit in Fort Lauderdale, FL, with Dr. Bush of Mobility Spine And Sports by dialing (954) 414-7080.

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