The hip joint, located between your thighbone (femur) and the hip bone is one of the most important joints in the human body. It acts as a shock absorber as it bears the weight of our body, allows us to walk and run, and provides a large range of motion
A forceful/traumatic injury to the hip can cause ligaments that support the hip joint to stretch, or tear. Patients often complain of inner thigh and knee pain, experience a limitation in their range of motion, and/or irritation while running, jumping or stretching.
Hip sprains are often seen in physically young individuals, as the older population is more vulnerable to fractures. Mild sprains are most common, whereas severe sprains are rare
We offer many services that are can speed up your recovery from a hip sprain including:
Significant improvements in patients is anticipated within 2-3 weeks with frequent treatment (2-3 times a week)