Hip Pain FAQ

The hip joint is the largest and one of our most durable joints. But when hip soreness develops due to issues with cartilage, tendons, muscles, and even bone breaks, it can lead to severe pain. If your hip pain is limiting your mobility and causing pain, the professionals at Midwest Chiropractic and Wellness in Eden Prairie are here to help.

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What Causes Hip Pain?

Several issues can lead to hip pain, including:

  • Injuries: Hip fractures due to falls are extremely painful and are quite common, especially among the elderly. Joint inflammation referred to as bursitis, sprains, tendinitis, and hip labral tears are also common hip injuries. Tendinitis, often caused by stress or overuse, can irritate the tendons, resulting in pain.
  • Arthritis: Rheumatoid and osteoarthritis are two of the most common types of hip arthritis. Arthritis can cause the cartilage that protects your bones to break down over time, leading to hip inflammation.
  • Muscle or tendon strain: Tendons, muscles, and ligaments that support the hips can become strained and inflamed due to repeated activities.
  • Pinched nerves: A pinched nerve in the hip can cause serious pain.

How Can Treatment from a Chiropractor Help with Nerve Pain?

If you’re suffering from hip pain, the licensed chiropractors at Midwest Chiropractic and Wellness can help. We will develop an individualized plan to treat your hip to get to the root cause of the issue quickly. We can combine soft tissue therapy, chiropractic adjustments, and rehab exercises into effective treatment plans to help you recover quickly.

Contact Midwest Chiropractic and Wellness for Hip Pain Treatment

Don’t let hip pain slow you down or prevent you from doing the activities you love. The professionals at Midwest Chiropractic and Wellness will treat your hip pain so you can live a pain-free life again. We are confident we can provide you with the best chiropractic services in the Eden Prairie area. We accept almost all forms of health insurance. Contact us online or call us at (952) 303-4590 to schedule an appointment.

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