Hip Pain from Osteoarthritis? Coastal Integrative Health Can Help
Your hip is one of the few joints on your body that can move in just about every direction.
While this is convenient for walking and kicking, it also puts the delicate cartilage in your hip at risk for damage.
If you’re experiencing osteoarthritis pain in your hip, this is a good sign that the muscles surrounding your hip joint have weakened and cartilage has deteriorated. Physical therapy can help you improve your strength and range of motion.
A Well-rounded Approach to Hip Pain
Pain in your hip is nothing to take lightly.
Every year, over 310,000 people receive a total hip replacement due to damage from arthritis.
Proper physical therapy can help you restore strength in muscles and ligaments. Your physical therapist will also recommend posture changes and exercises you can complete at home to reduce groin pain and support your hip joint.
Physical therapists are specially trained to help you avoid invasive surgery and take control of your musculoskeletal health.
Osteoarthritis and Groin Pain Treatment in Shallotte
Hip pain may be common, but it’s not inevitable – and invasive surgeries or replacements aren’t your only option.
Our experienced team at Coastal Integrative Health in Shallotte include doctors of chiropractic, physical therapists, massage therapists, and health coaches to help you live a well-rounded lifestyle free of pain.
Your physical therapist will conduct a thorough exam and evaluate your medical history to understand your specific condition and symptoms.
From there, your physical therapist will create a personalized treatment plan to reduce pain and stiffness in the short-term and encourage flexibility and mobility long-term.
Start treating your hip or groin pain at its source. Schedule an appointment at Coastal Integrative Health today by calling 910-755-5400.