Your hips are one of the most important parts of your physical body. Your hips support your pelvic region, which supports a strong core for your arms and legs. Healthy hips make running, jumping, walking, reaching, and many other activities easy to do. If you have hip pain, you’ve probably noticed that you’re also unable to do activities you’ve always taken for granted.
Hip pain as many causes, including:
What’s more, hip pain can radiate down into your thighs, groin, buttocks, or up to your lower back or other areas.
Hip pain and what else it can cause make finding its root cause especially critical. Sometimes the root cause is obvious, like a hip fracture. Sometimes it’s not, like a poor gait that pulls your hips out of alignment slowly over years. Regardless, our physical therapists are trained to find the root cause of your hip pain and treat it.
At React we know that where it hurts isn’t always why it hurts. The root cause of your hip pain might be in your hip, near it, or nowhere near it. How do we know that? Your body is one interconnected machine. Everything is connected to something else. There are no gaps from head to toe. If one area of your body is under optimized, that will ripple and cause pain elsewhere. We find the root cause of your pain and treat it.
We make sure we spend enough time at each stage. We don’t skimp stages or slim them.