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If you're suffering from hip pain, it can be very tempting to hope that it will go away on its own and that time will heal. In many cases, minor hip problems will heal with a little bit of time, keeping active but if your pain is due to arthritis or tendonitis, things may be different.
In many cases that minor ache doesn't settle quickly, but in fact worsens or persists. Pain in your buttock or groin starts to spread into your thigh. It suddenly becomes difficult to sleep on the painful side, walking is restricted and even getting in and out of a car becomes difficult.
Maybe you've had hip surgery, but the result isn't as good as you hoped or the follow up rehabilitation was disappointing and you need more help than the hospital is providing.
If this is you, you're not alone. Hip Pain is A common problem we see at all of our clinics in Alfreton, South Normanton and Blackwell
So you've tried rest, painkillers, and some exercises you found on You-Tube. Unfortunately your hip pain is still not improving and maybe it's even worsening. Here's our best advice on what to do next....
The most important thing is to make a Decision about getting expert help. So many people put off the decision for far too long hoping that it "will just go away".
Book an Appointment for a Full Assessment of your Problem with an experienced Expert Physiotherapist
Work Together with your Physio to start easing your pain, strengthen your muscles and get back to doing what you love.
Book an appointment with one of our Expert Chartered Physiotherapists and start "Getting Better Faster"