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Hip Pain Treatment: Get Best Non-Surgical Care Today.

Our hip pain treatment is through the collaborative efforts of advanced physiotherapists, and research-based chiropractors who use advanced technology.

Where Can You Get The Best Hip Pain Treatment In Malaysia?

Hip pain results from muscles, ligaments, bones, and cartilage of the hip joint as well as the soft -tissues near the hip joint. To recover, you need an accurate diagnosis of the actual cause along with a focused treatment plan that fixes and repairs the damaged muscles. Bursitis, tendonitis, bone spurs, arthritis, cartilage thinning, osteoporosis, muscle, and ligament issues are known causes of hip pain. Chiropractic Specialty Center® has the best non-surgical team of chiropractors and physiotherapists. Moreover, we enrich each session with breakthrough technologies and devices for faster repair and recovery.

Hip pain and hip injuries respond better to corrective care that includes chiropractic and physiotherapy combined. The reason why it works better is that collaborative methods provide the most holistic means of repairing damaged hips. In our center, chiropractors focus on joints, cartilage, bones, and nerves. While our physiotherapists help your muscles and ligaments. In short, our hip pain treatment is comprehensive. In addition to chiropractic and physiotherapy, we use specialized therapy devices for speedier healing of muscles, ligaments, cartilage, and joints. As a result, our patients recover faster. Opt for our collective efforts are holistic to ensure lasting relief. Best of all, you recover without hip surgery or steroid injections.

Steroid injections and hip surgery is not the recommended option. Published research recommends exhausting a conservative therapy program before opting for injection or surgery. Therefore, contact us if you have been prescribed steroidal injections or surgery.

What Caused The Pain In Your Hip?

Hip pain is a common condition caused by problems in the hip’s cartilage, hip muscles, hip ligaments, and hip bursae (plural for bursa). Pain can also result from nearby structures such as the groin, buttocks, spine, and even the knees. Spinal sources of painful hips include bone spurs, slipped discs (slip-disc) and scoliosis. The groin sources of pain are often the results of hernia that send pain into the hip joint. A bursa is a fluid-filled sac between ligaments, tendons, bones, and skin. Another common cause of painful hips is arthritis. Damage to joints, muscles, and ligaments can lead to bursitis. Trochanteric bursitis is the most common bursitis in the hip.

In the following sections, we will provide the answers you seek in regards to your painful hips. However, let’s cover some facts regarding your hip joint. The largest and most active joint in your body is the hip. It is highly flexible, providing you with stability, weight-bearing, and strength you need when walking, running, or jumping. Also, the hips are the lower body’s most shock-absorbing joints when brisk walking. Stability and durability are through a series of encapsulating ligaments, muscles as well as the ball and socket joint of the hip. We start our discussions with the functional anatomical structures of the hip joint.

The Hip Joint

The best and most proper description for the hip joint is a “ball-and-socket” joint. The ball part of the joint is through the ball-shaped knob at the end of the femur (thigh bone): where the socket component of the hip joint is a “pocket-like-depression” in the pelvis (ilium). The hip joint forms when the thigh-bone connects to the pelvis through a crisscross series of encapsulating ligaments. Excessive stress on the hip joint can lead to degenerative changes and eventual pain. Yes, the pain can come directly from the bones and joints. The pelvis itself is made up of three bones:

  1. The Ilium
  2. The Ischium
  3. The Pubis

Also, the ligaments and muscles as well as the “Bursae” (little bag filled water) that often cause Hip Pain.

Ligaments Of The Hip Joint

Ligaments and muscles (soft tissues) provide stability and mobility. In the hips, there are four primary ligaments; the ischiofemoral, iliofemoral, and pubofemoral ligaments along with the ligamentum teres are collectively your hip stabilizers. Ligamentum teres is the ligament located inside your hip joint, connecting your thighbone to the hip socket. Injury or weakened ligaments lead to hip pain due to instabilities in ligaments, muscles, and tendons.

Muscles Of The Hip

Ligaments and muscles (soft tissues) provide stability and mobility. In the hips, there are four primary ligaments; the ischiofemoral, iliofemoral, and pubofemoral ligaments along with the ligamentum teres are collectively your hip stabilizers. Ligamentum teres is the ligament located inside your hip joint, connecting your thighbone to the hip socket. Injury or weakened ligaments lead to hip pain due to instabilities in ligaments, muscles, and tendons.

Hip pain can result from hip muscle. Below is a list of hip muscles and their function to help you identify the possible muscle source of your hip pain:

  • The Iliopsoas, Rectus Femoris, Sartorius, and Pectineus muscles provide flexion.
  • The Gluteus Maximus, Semimembranosus, Semitendinosus, and the hamstrings carry out a hip extension.
  • Adduction (bringing your thighs together) is the sole responsibility of the adductors Brevis, Longus, and Magnus as well as the Gracilis and Pectineus muscles.
  • Abduction (lifting your leg) is through the piriformis, TFL, Gluteus Medius, and Minimus muscles.
  • Medial rotation (rotating the hips inward) is by the TFL, Gluteus Medius, and Gluteus Minimus.
  • Lateral rotation (turning the thighbone outwards) is carried out by the Gluteal maximus, Piriformis, Biceps Femoris, and Quadratus Femoris.

Painful Hips Resulting From A Bursitis

The health of your hip joint is dependent on the flexibility and length or the TFL or Tensor Fasciae Latae. Tensor Fasciae Latae or TFL connects to the pelvic rim. As it continues down, it merges with the iliotibial band. The iliotibial band or ITB connects your pelvis to the leg bone, hence the name. Tightening, spams, shortening, or injury of the ITB leads to hip pain.

The bursae (plural for bursa) are the critical structures within your hip joint. A bursa is an enclosed sac filled with fluid. The primary function is to prevent or reduce friction between ligaments, tendons, and muscles. Bursitis occurs when your hip is predisposed to excessive stresses, leading to swelling or inflammatory changes within the bursae. The hipbone has multiple bursae, the trochanteric bursa, iliopsoas bursa, gluteus medius bursa, and the ischiogluteal bursa. The primary source of hip pain related to the bursae is irritation of either the trochanteric and the iliopsoas bursae.

Hip joint and hip muscles as spruces of pain.

Hip Pain Causes, Prevention & Hip Pain treatment In Malaysia

Hip pain is a common condition that we have successfully treated in our office. Before we render any form of hip treatment, we take the time to understand the cause of your hip pain. Most patients have a broad definition of hip pain or the hip, which includes the thigh, back, and groin areas. Our chiropractors go the extra mile to examine all areas, such as your lower back (Herniated Disc, Degenerated Disc, and Posterior Facet Syndrome or Facet Hypertrophy), for common cause and source of hip discomfort.

Clinical methods of chiropractic and physiotherapy can fix and repair hip issues without the need for surgery or injections. Our system of chiropractic and physiotherapy treatment in Malaysia has provided relief for many. Our centers offer the best hip pain treatment in Malaysia. The hip pain treatment you get in our center is based on clinical research. Even if you have severely degenerated hips, we can help. Chiropractic care has proven effective in hip degeneration and hip arthritis. Visit us today for clinical research-based non-surgical hip pain treatment in Malaysia.

Digitized image depicting a painful hip.Painful Hips Caused By Bursitis

A bursa is a fluid-filled sac or bag that protects soft tissues. They can be located beneath the skin or deeper, separating muscles and tendons. The plural term for a bursa is bursae. The human body has about 160 bursae. In the hip, there are two major bursae, trochanteric bursa, and the iliopsoas bursa.

These bags or bursae are insulators between the bone and the muscles that cover the bone. When the trochanteric bursa or the iliopsoas bursa is irritated, they can get inflamed. An inflamed bursa can quickly become a source of hip pain. There are many other reasons why we get hip pain.

Each hip joint has two of these bags (bursae). One covers the pointed bony part of the hip joint (trochanteric bursa), while the other, located on the inside part of the hip near the groin area (iliopsoas bursa). They are often a source of hip pain, especially when they are irritated. Once hurt or injured it inflames and as such the condition it is called a “Bursitis.” Our clinical collaborative team offers the best non-operative hip treatment in town. Visit one of our centers to start living a healthy, active life.

What Are The Actual Causes Of Hip Problems?

The reasons for hip problems are many. There are internal problems that can send pain to the hip area. Internal problems such as Endometriosis, a condition where uterus lining tissue grows in parts of a woman’s body other than the uterus. Also, kidneys, gall bladders, pancreases, and other organs can cause hip pain and back pain. Their patterns are particular and differ from mechanical back pain, but it takes a professional to tell the difference.

Femoral and inguinal hernias can also transmit pain into the hip. Inguinal hernias are sometimes called sports hernias: where loops of intestine protrude out of the cavity that contains them and can cause anterior (frontal) hip discomfort. The protruding loops of intestines into the scrotal sac are dangerous as they can lead to strangulation of testicles in the male patient. Pregnant women can be susceptible to inguinal hernias because of the added pressure on the wall of their abdomen.

But relax, more often than not, hip pain is a mechanical fault, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bursae, those little bags of water that act as insulation between the bone and other structures. Our centers have the technology and non-operative clinical teams of Chiropractors and Physiotherapists to diagnose and treat even the most complicated hip disorder. At Chiropractic Specialty Center®, our hip pain treatment programs are highly accurate and, as such, leads to faster recovery.

Our Clinical Team Offers Best Hip Treatment In Malaysia.

Chiropractic and Physiotherapy, are a fantastic method of hip pain treatment. If you suffer from mechanical hip problems (sprained/strain, bursitis or arthritis of the hips), our clinical teams can help. At Chiropractic Specialty Center®, we combined research-based chiropractors and clinical physiotherapists to offer the best care possible. When combined, they do a superior job of treating the problems by healing the pain at its cause or fixing the damage in the injured tissue. Repair isn’t just about getting rid of the pain. It is more about fixing the actual cause and then strengthening the injured site so that it won’t return. Our clinical team can do this and much more.

Don’t Ignore Or Neglect your Hips

Many ignore their initial symptoms, thinking that they can walk it off or that time heals it by itself. It is important to remember that severe hip disorders often start as minor discomfort. So, don’t overlook the minor aches, let us help before it bogs you down.

Pain is the last thing to happen when things go bad; it’s also the first thing to leave. Not having pain does not mean any problem. It took time for hip problems to happen, and it will take time for them to heal. Our team of research-based chiropractors and physiotherapists are ready to help you get rid of your pain and return to a healthy active life.

Your teeth get regular care, why would you think the rest of your body is any different? Don’t ignore hip pain; see us today, and get the best chiropractic treatment in Malaysia! If you are looking for the best hip pain treatment in Malaysia, call us today.