Hip Pain Causes
We would be utterly surprised if no one would step in our clinic during the week without complaining about hip pain. Yet hip pain is different for each person. Some people experience pain in Gluteal muscles on one or both sides, others at hip joint area on the side of the hip, on the back of the hip or in the front in a groin area. All these descriptions people call hip pain.
In order to distinguish the actual painful spot, we simply ask people to show where they experience pain and to share with us about when and how the pain occurs. Yet everyone should know that the mostly dangerous hip condition related to arthritis and consequentially possible hip replacement surgery has one specific proof – the pain is presenting in the groin. Of course, it should be confirmed upon examination called palpation to rule out the condition so-called lymphatic stagnation in the leg which also might present pain in a groin area.
The other causes for hip pain could present in a case of a tendonitis – the inflammation of the hip joint tendons, stagnation in buttock muscles or lower back pain so-called referred pain. The hip pain can arise as result of inflammation of Sciatic nerve, Piriformis muscle, the state of IS joint, misalignment of the musculo-skeletal structure when one leg will often show shorter than the other. And of course, the result of a trauma or injury related pain.
Acupuncture helps you to get rid of any pain including hip pain. Get more understanding about the organs responsible for the health of your muscles, page 95-107, and connective tissues like tendons and ligaments, page 83-94 in my book, Your MindBody Alliance & The Truth About Acupuncture.
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