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By Shaw Chiropractic Center
November 08, 2017
Category: Chiropractic Care
Tags: Hip Pain  

Does your hip pain affect the quality of your life? When you can no longer take a walk, visit a museum or even sit through a movie due to hip painpain, life becomes much less enjoyable. Richmond, VA, chiropractor Dr. Scott Shaw discusses causes of hip pain and explains how chiropractic treatment can offer relief.

Common hip pain causes

Hip pain can occur due to several reasons, such as:

  • Arthritis: Both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis can cause your hip joints to swell and stiffen.
  • Bursitis: Bursitis occurs due to inflammation of the bursa, a fluid-filled sac that helps the ligaments and tendons move freely in a joint. Trochanteric bursitis, a common cause of hip pain, causes pain and swelling in your hip and buttocks. You may be at increased risk of developing the condition if you're middle-aged, had a recent injury or participate in running, biking or other activities.
  • Sciatica: Pressure on your sciatic nerve can cause pain that travels from your back to your hip and even down your leg. The condition may occur if you have a herniated or bulging spinal disc, osteoarthritis or other degenerative conditions.
  • Overuse Injuries: Did your hip pain start after you began exercising again or when you added an additional hour to your usual workout time? Increasing the intensity or frequency of exercise can stress your muscles, ligaments and tendons and cause painful overuse injuries.

Chiropractic treatment can reduce hip pain

Chiropractic care offers an all-natural, drug-free way to manage hip pain. When you visit our Richmond office, we'll evaluate your hip, discuss your medical history and recommend one or more treatment option designed to reduce inflammation, stop muscle spasms, increase range of motion and strengthen your muscles.

Your treatment may include joint manipulations, massage therapy, or physical rehabilitation. In addition to these treatments, we can also recommend stretching and strengthening exercises.

Treat your hip pain naturally with chiropractic care. Call Richmond, VA, chiropractor Dr. Scott Shaw at (804) 741-3068 to schedule an appointment.

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Scott Shaw, DC
Dr. Shaw is a graduate of the University of Florida and Life Chiropractic College. He has completed post graduate studies specializing in the Activator Methods chiropractic technique.

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