What is Hip Pain?
The hip joint is the body’s largest ball-and-socket joint. The cartilage in the hip joint is susceptible to wear and tear as we age, similar to the knee joint. In addition to this deterioration, the muscles and tendons can become strained or the hip bone can become injured. Any of these things can cause hip pain.
In some cases, hip pain can be a symptom of another problem. Sciatica, Arthritis or a Hernia can cause pain to radiate to the hip.
What are Symptoms of Hip Pain?
- Pain in the thigh
- Pain on the inside of the hip joint
- Groin Pain
- Pain on the outside of the hip joint
- Buttocks Pain
How Renuva Treats Hip Pain
The first step in treating Hip Pain is to determine what is causing the pain. It is important to rule out other conditions related to the lower back, sciatic nerve, arthritis, etc. If hip pain is related to other spine related conditions, then a patient may be a candidate for Renuva’s CoreCare treatment protocol which has been found to help alleviate hip pain while addressing the cause of the pain.