Hip Pain Category

30 06, 2021

Hip Bursitis: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatments | Back In Motion

By |June 30th, 2021|

If You Have Pain on the Outside of Your Hip When Walking or When Laying on Your Side, Chances Are You Have Hip Bursitis… In a recent hip pain forum, patients described their hip pain ordeals. Do any of these hip pain comments sound familiar to you? “I have hip bursitis and constant pain in my left hip and groin area. I can hardly sleep, walk, or bend. It only takes a few minutes of any activity for the pain to get worse.” - Male patient, age 45 “My hip pain from bursitis is constant throbbing. It feels like my muscle is going to break my hip and thigh bone when I [...]

23 06, 2021

How Carol Eliminated Her Herniated Disc & Hip Pain

By |June 23rd, 2021|

Hi, I'm Carol! I've been coming to Back In Motion for several months now. I originally started to come here and see Dr. Gray because I had bulging discs in my back. He worked with me for several months, which definitely helped the pain. But as time went on, I still had pain but it was mostly down my left side. Dr. Gray suggested had that checked out because he thought it was my hip, which at this point I didn't realize that I had a hip problem. So I went to have my hip analyzed, ended up with a hip replacement. "If it wasn't for Dr. Gray [...]

10 06, 2021

Everything You Need to Know About Hip Physical Therapy

By |June 10th, 2021|

Are your hips hurting or stiff? Are home treatments and doctor visits not working for you? It’s time to consider hip physical therapy. Ditch the painkillers for a treatment that heals the hips permanently. Hip physical therapy is the safest and most successful way to fix most hip conditions, injuries, and cases of hip pain. We’ll tell you everything you need to know about hip physical therapy, including: Why other treatments fail Why hip physical therapy works Who a hip physical therapist is What you can expect from hip physical therapy How a hip physical therapist makes an accurate diagnosis The most common hip injuries (& their symptoms) treated by hip physical therapists [...]

26 10, 2020

Do You Have Fake Sciatica?

By |October 26th, 2020|Tags: , |

So many of our current clients and patients come to us for complaints of sciatica, and the truth is, the majority of clients really don't have sciatica. They may have back pain, pain in the buttock, hip, and sometimes those symptoms can mimic true sciatica. So let's just backtrack for a second, sciatic really is an irritation of the sciatic nerve and it comes from the spine at L4-5, and S1, S2, & S3. It comes down into the leg and into the buttock here, and you can get symptoms down into the hamstring. It starts in the buttocks, and you can even get some of the [...]

24 12, 2018

Everything You Need To Know About Hip Replacement Physical Therapy in Fort Myers, FL

By |December 24th, 2018|

Hip replacement surgery is a procedure in which a doctor surgically removes a painful hip joint with arthritis and replaces it with an artificial joint often made from metal and plastic components. It usually is done when all other treatment options failed in providing adequate relief from pain. Hip replacement surgery is becoming increasingly common. Around 3lakhs of surgeries occur every year in the United States of America and this number is anticipated to get doubled by 2030. Despite the pervasiveness of hip replacement surgeries today, it is always thoughtful to know the things to expect once your surgery is over. After your hip replacement surgery, physical therapy is very important. It [...]

7 04, 2018

What Is Hip Bursitis?

By |April 7th, 2018|Tags: , |

Understadning Hip Bursitis... To understand what hip bursitis is, it is important to know what a bursa is. A bursa is a closed fluid-filled sac which helps in reducing friction between body tissues. The major bursae can be found adjacent to the tendons of the larger joints. The hips have two bursae, the trochanteric and ischial bursa. They are adjacent to the edges of femur and pelvic bones. When the bursa becomes inflamed, we say somebody has a condition called bursitis. The inflation may be due to pain in the hip or stiffness around the area. Causes of Hip Bursitis Bursitis can either be infectious or non-infectious. A non-infectious condition is a [...]