Why Should I Choose the Advanced Relief Institute to Treat My Hip Pain?
Our pain management physicians have extensive experience and training in interventional pain medicine, including the treatment of hip conditions. We use a multidisciplinary approach to pain treatment, and we have access to the most advanced treatment methods to help you recover from your hip condition.
We pride ourselves on providing the highest quality of care to our patients.
A member of our medical team will examine your hip to identify your condition, whether it be hip arthritis, a bone fracture, hip dysplasia, or another concern.
Which Hip Conditions Can Be Treated With Interventional Pain Management?
There are many different causes of hip pain, including:
- Hip bone fractures or breaks
- Hip tendon or ligament sprains or strains
- Arthritis or inflammation in the hip joint
- Cartilage breakdown or tears in the hip joint
- Labrum tears
Conditions like hip sprains or strains can be addressed using our less invasive procedures. You may experience hip pain while walking, lying down, or sitting.
Hip injuries can also be treated with interventions tailored to the extent of the injury. Some form of medical intervention is often necessary to resolve hip pain.
How Do You Diagnose Hip Conditions?
The first step in treating hip pain is seeing a doctor. There is no reason to suffer in pain for an extended period. If you experience hip pain, call us to make an appointment.
Our medical experts can help identify the cause of your pain through a series of tests and examinations. These may include X-rays, CT scans, and MRIs as needed. Further tests may include minimally invasive examinations of the hip joint. A final testing option may involve injecting an anesthetic into parts of the hip to determine where the pain is coming from.
We strive to help our patients improve their quality of life by reducing and managing pain. During your consultation, our pain management specialists will develop a treatment plan to address your individual needs.
What Are My Interventional Hip Pain Management Options?
- Traditional pain management
- Interventional pain management
- Including injections, nerve blocks, and nerve stimulation
- Physical therapy
- Surgical intervention
Most of our doctors prefer to employ a multidisciplinary approach that includes two or more of the above interventions.
How Do Interventional Hip Injections Work?
Interventional injections involve injecting numbing agents and other medicines into the hip joint with a thin needle. This technique works well because the medication can be delivered precisely to the area causing the pain.
The injections can treat several different types of hip pain and help your body heal from both injuries and chronic conditions.
Is There a Recovery Period After Interventional Treatments for Hip Pain?
After an interventional hip injection, there is very little downtime; most patients can resume their day right after the treatment.
You may experience slight swelling or stiffness in your hip for a few days. However, your hip joint pain should begin to subside almost immediately after the injection.
Looking for Hip Pain Relief?
There is no reason to continue suffering from hip joint pain. If you experience pain in your hip, contact us and arrange for a consultation.
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