Our natural hip pain treatments are a safe and effective alternative to hip replacement surgery. Our doctor provides cutting-edge therapies, which offer an easier and faster recovery and significantly fewer complications than surgery or prescription pain medication.
Relief for Painful Hips
Hip pain often results in mobility problems, such as pain when you move or try to bear your weight on your hips. Along with pain and reduced range of motion in the pelvis, you might also experience stiffness.
Hip replacement surgery is often recommended for severe cases. This is quite common for hip conditions due to osteoarthritis, which is when the cartilage in your hip joint has worn away.
Hip surgery can result in complications such as pain, blood clots, reactions to anesthesia, infections, or muscle loss, and it requires hospitalization for a few days. Your recovery from hip replacement may be relatively slow, requiring months of physical therapy.
Hip Pain Treatment
Our medical practice in Orlando, Florida, provides treatments containing growth factors and platelet-rich plasma injections. We offer fast, long-term relief from any joint or musculoskeletal pain involving your hips and ongoing inflammation.
Treatment With PRP
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a suitable option to treat hip pain due to degeneration. PRP contains a high concentration of growth factors and anti-inflammatory cytokines to help in the healing process.
PRP injections are made by extracting a small sample of your blood, placing the blood in a specialized medical device to isolate and concentrate the platelets, and then reconstituting it with your blood plasma.
When injected into your painful hip joints, platelets, and growth factors stimulate the repair process by promoting cartilage and other tissue regrowth, resulting in pain relief and improved function.
Depending on your unique condition, our doctor may also recommend chiropractic care and physical therapy in conjunction with your treatments for the best results.
Causes of Hip Pain
Rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis are usually the main culprits behind hip pain, especially in our older people. Both conditions can lead to cartilage breakdown and inflammation in the hip joint. Other causes include:
• Repetitive activities that irritate the hip joint
• Muscle or tendon strain
Now, there’s a way to avoid the risks of surgical complications, post-surgical pain, and long, painful rehabilitation. Take advantage of our all-natural treatments to repair your hips and minimize your pain and discomfort. Contact us for a complimentary consultation.