Treatments for Hip Pain
While hip pain can be treated with over-the-counter medicine, such as ibuprofen, and self-care, like ice and rest, it could be the cause of a more serious condition. Signs that you may need medical treatment include: you can no longer move your hip or leg, notice sudden swelling or your hip is in intense pain. From conservative treatments like physical therapy, to hip surgery, we’ll find the right treatment plan for you. Review the treatments below to familiarize yourself with possible treatment options.
Treatments We Provide
Corticosteroids that are injected have a higher potency than oral anti-inflammatory medications. That means they have more potential to give you greater relief from pain.
With two or three small incisions (so small they're the size of a needle pin) in the hip, your doctor repairs or cleans damaged cartilage. This minimally invasive procedure improves stability and pain.
We have three levels of inpatient rehabilitation: acute, subacute and our Special Care Hospital. Our expert team will guide you to the appropriate level of care based on your rehabilitation needs.
Outpatient rehabilitation services are offered in a variety of settings and locations to ensure you receive the best treatment options available. Conditions we treat range from sports-related injuries and post-surgical conditions to general sprains and strains from everyday living.
A physical therapist can teach you special exercises that strengthen nearby muscles and ease stress on connecting tendons and ligaments.