Hip Pain Treatment

Hip pain is often associated with age, but in today’s lifestyle, it can affect individuals of any age or gender, without discrimination. While it is true that as you age, your organs, including the hip, may become weaker, leading to potential hip pain, it is not exclusive to older individuals. Changes in lifestyle and occupation, such as prolonged sitting, can contribute to hip pain as well.The hips play a crucial role in mobility and posture, and any issues with them can result in long-term limitations in physical activity.No one desires to be confined to a bed or dependent on wheelchairs for their entire life.If you are currently experiencing persistent hip pain, this post is dedicated to you.Discover effective ways to find relief from hip pain and improve your quality of life.

Hip Pain – Symptoms:

Hip pain can stem from various factors closely linked to its underlying causes. Some of the commonly observed factors include:
• Joint and groin pain
• Sensation of warmth in the affected area
• Limited mobility due to pain
• Swelling and tenderness around the hip joint
• Difficulty sleeping comfortably
• Postural abnormalities or defects
• Limping while walking or moving

Hip Pain – Causes:

Hip pain can have several causes, including:

1. Osteoarthritis: This is a degenerative joint disease that commonly affects the hips as people age. It occurs when the protective cartilage that cushions the joints wears down over time, leading to pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility.

2. Bursitis: Bursae are small fluid-filled sacs that help cushion the joints. When these sacs become inflamed, typically due to repetitive movements or prolonged pressure on the hips, bursitis can occur. It causes pain and tenderness in the hip area.

3. Tendonitis: Tendons are the thick cords that attach muscles to bones. When the tendons in the hip become inflamed or irritated, often due to overuse or repetitive activities, it can result in tendonitis and hip pain.

4. Hip fractures: Fractures in the hip joint can occur due to falls, trauma, or weakened bones (osteoporosis). Hip fractures are more common among older individuals and can cause severe pain and immobility.

5. Muscle strains: Straining or pulling the muscles around the hip, often due to excessive physical activity, can lead to hip pain. This is particularly common among athletes or individuals who engage in strenuous exercise without proper warm-up or conditioning.

6. Hip impingement: Also known as femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), this condition involves abnormal contact between the hip ball and socket. It can cause pain and limited hip movement, especially during certain activities.

7. Other conditions: Other causes of hip pain include hip labral tears, hip dysplasia, hip infections, certain types of arthritis (such as rheumatoid arthritis), and referred pain from lower back or pelvic issues.

It’s important to consult a healthcare professional for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment based on the specific cause of hip pain.

Hip Pain – Treatment

Dr. Aaravind Gandra offers a comprehensive range of treatment options for hip pain. As a specialist in orthopedics, his expertise includes:

1. Accurate Diagnosis:Dr. Aaravind Gandra employs advanced diagnostic techniques to identify the underlying cause of hip pain, ensuring an accurate and tailored treatment plan.
2. Non-Surgical Interventions: He provides non-surgical treatments such as physical therapy, customized exercise programs, pain management strategies, and the use of assistive devices to alleviate hip pain and improve function.

3. Minimally Invasive Procedures:Dr. Aaravind Gandra specializes in performing minimally invasive procedures like hip arthroscopy, which can address various hip conditions while minimizing surgical trauma and promoting faster recovery.

4. Joint Preservation Techniques: When appropriate, Dr. Aaravind Gandra focuses on joint preservation techniques to delay or prevent the need for hip replacement surgery, including regenerative therapies and specialized injections.

5. Surgical Expertise: If surgical intervention is necessary, Dr. Aaravind Gandra has extensive experience in performing hip surgeries, including hip replacement, hip resurfacing, and revision surgeries, utilizing advanced techniques to optimize patient outcomes.

Dr. Aaravind Gandra is dedicated to providing personalized and effective treatment for hip pain, aiming to relieve pain, restore mobility, and improve the overall quality of life for his patients.

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