Why does my hip hurt?
Arthritis - Osteoarthritis
Snapping hip syndrome
Avascular Necrosis / Osteonecrosis
Hip Fracture / Broken Hip
Labral tear in hip
Signs & Symptoms of a Hip Injury
Pain on the outer side of the hip, thigh, buttock, or outside of the leg
Pain when you push on the outer side of the hip with your fingers
Pain when sleeping or lying on the affected hip
Pain when climbing stairs
Pain that worsens when getting up from sitting, such as from a low chair or car seat
Pain when walking or running
Pain when lifting the leg up to the side
Pain when sitting with legs crossed
Stiffness or deep aching pain in the front or side of the hip or front of the upper thigh while resting
Sharp, stabbing pain in the hip or groin when standing up from a chair, squatting, rising from a squat, running, "cutting," jumping, twisting, pivoting, or making lateral motions
Hip pain on the fold at the front and side of the hip, known as the "C-sign"
Pain that most often starts gradually, but can also remain after another injury resolves
Pain that increases with prolonged sitting walking or forward leaning
Feeling less flexible at the hips, including a decreased ability to turn your thigh inward on the painful side
Painful clicking, crunching or "catching" with hip movement
The feeling of something painful stuck in the hip or blocking hip motion
Pain that comes on gradually rather than with 1 specific episode
Weakness in the muscles surrounding the hip
Stiffness in the hip
Groin pain, swelling, bruising, tightness or spasms
Stiffness in the hip joint, which is worse after sleeping or sitting
Pain, tingling, or numbness in the buttocks
How Do We Treat Hip Pain?
At Iron PT, we will not use a “cookie cutter” treatment for your hip injury. Your highly trained Doctor of Physical Therapy will conduct a thorough one-on-one evaluation to understand your personal goals and uncover the cause and severity of your hip pain. Then, they will create a customized treatment plan incorporating the very latest hands on techniques and exercises to build strength and give you full, pain-free range of motion.
Patient Success Stories
“I am now four months post-op from ischiofemoral impingement hip surgery. Iron PT has played a key role in my recovery, and I cannot thank them enough for all of their help getting me to this point. My DPT worked with me to go from crutches and a cane, to balance exercises wearing a 20 lb vest, to squats,planks, slide board, and burpees (haven't done those since high school!) I feel so much stronger now than I have in a very long time and more motivated to get back in shape.”
- Dana, Softball & Tennis Player
“Iron PT pulled out all the stops to get me back. After I got my hip replacement, I just kept getting better. To the surprise of my surgeon and coworkers, I was able to return to my patrol duties as a police officer only two months after surgery.
I now have the confidence to run, jump and tangle with suspects on the street once more. I was seriously considering retirement, but Dr. Mayes helped make it possible for me to look forward to finishing my last five years, enroute to completing a 25 year career.”
- Coach Bobby, Jiu Jitsu Fighter, Boxer & Patrol Officer
This soccer sensation’s road to full recovery after a hip fracture was challenging, but this young man remained positive and optimistic throughout his journey.
“Go see Iron PT because they will make you feel better. My favorite part was playing soccer with my DPTs.”
- RJay, Student Soccer Player