Hip Pain

Hip issues and pain are common complaints that can be caused by a wide range of problems. The underlying causes for hip issues can be identified depending on the location of your hip pain. 

Problems in the hip joint tend to result in pain on the inside of the hip or the groin area. Hip pain on the outside of your hip, upper thigh, or outer buttock is usually caused by problems of the soft tissues that surround your hip joint — soft tissues like muscles, tendons, and ligaments.

Hip pain can also be a referred pain caused by conditions in other areas of your body, like your lower back or sacrum. Other problems that can cause hip pain are pelvic floor issues, hip impingement, osteoarthritis, labral tears, tendonitis, bursitis, and core muscle injuries. 

Hip problems can also arise due to overuse — repetitive movements, sitting with a poor posture, and neglect to take care of the joints. Wear and tear is real, especially after the 40s.

To keep your hips healthy, watch your weight, stretch, and do yoga regularly, perform active or assisted joint mobilization, strengthen your core and gluteal muscles. Exercise regularly, but make sure to do exercises that are appropriate for your age and physical condition. Always consult a specialist if you’re having ongoing hip problems.

We know that acupuncture, therapeutic exercise, chiropractic care, and clinical massages can help to relieve hip pain and help to improve hip conditions. My style of clinical massage can be a very effective treatment modality for hip issues. 

So, please give me a call or email me about your hip condition and let’s talk and determine if I can be of any help to you. Usually, for the first treatment, people come in for a sixty-minute treatment to try and see if it would work for them. And typically, they feel a little better right after the first visit. They leave my office with a little less pain and a bit bigger smiles. 

For years patient’s feedback has been that after a clinical massage session, they feel better for a few days after. Based on your condition and my findings from the first visit, I’ll make recommendations for a treatment plan. I will also make suggestions about what else could be done to improve your situation and prevent future sciatic episodes. So, please give me a call at 732-766-0897 or email me at hi@zar.ink so we can talk about your condition and hopefully help you feel better. 

To learn more about Hayk’s Clinical Massage style and to make your clinical massage appointment in Cranford NJ Call 732-766-0897 or email hi@zar.ink

Based on your requests and needs, every clinical massage session will be tailored and personalized for your specific needs and the results you desire.

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