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Hip Pain Treatment

About Hip Pain

Held in place by powerful ligaments and cartilage called the labrum, the hip joint is quite strong and durable.

However, as you age, normal wear and tear can lead to a decline in strength and the cartilage of the hip joint can degrade. Because of this, and the force sustained from the day to day movement, hip joints can be damaged – especially from a fall or other injury.

The most common hip pain experienced is pain in the hip area itself, groin, or extending down the leg. Day to day activities like walking, sitting, and standing can irritate the area and increase the pain experienced.

Hip Pain Treatment
Hip Pain Treatment

Hip Pain Treatment Options

If you are experiencing pain in your hip or any surrounding areas, it’s important to get the area diagnosed as soon as possible.

In many cases, surgery can be avoided by using the latest regenerative and reparative techniques including:

Our Hip Pain Treatments:

  • Regenerative Medicine
  • PRP Treatments
  • Joint Injections
  • Trigger-Point Injections
  • Acupuncture
  • Physical Therapy
Peak Medical Centers’

Hip Pain Treatments

Our specialists explain non-surgical, convenient options for your care.

Regenerative Medicine

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Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) Treatments

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Non-Steroid, Non-Opioid Joint Injections

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Non-Steroid, Non-Opioid Trigger Point Injections

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Physical Therapy

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For any issues – knee, shoulder, hip, or back – this is my go-to place. I’ve been to Kessler and I’m sorry to say that Peak Medical Centers blows them away. The staff here is friendly and extremely caring. They don’t rush you out. They don’t leave you alone to do the stretches (something that you can do at home alone). They take their time and really work with you...

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