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Hip Pain Treatment & Relief


Chiropractic care can be an effective approach for addressing hip pain. Chiropractors focus on assessing and correcting musculoskeletal imbalances, which can contribute to hip discomfort. By utilizing manual adjustments and therapeutic techniques, chiropractic care aims to restore proper hip joint function, reduce inflammation, and alleviate pain, providing individuals with a non-surgical and drug-free alternative for hip pain relief.

Improved Joint Mobility

Adjust and manipulate the joints, including the hip joint

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Holistic Approach

Considering how various aspects of a patient's musculoskeletal system and overall health may contribute to hip pain

Alpha Back Chirpractor Adjusment

Pain Relief

Reduce tension in the muscles and soft tissues around the hip joint

Chiropractor Adjustment


Experience relief from hip pain and regain optimal function with chiropractic care, offering targeted solutions to alleviate discomfort and enhance your overall quality of life.


Hip Pain Relief in Denver, Colorado

Countless individuals discover significant relief from hip pain through chiropractic care, thanks to our gentle adjustment techniques. We're here to assist you in overcoming the discomfort and regaining your well-being. Schedule an appointment with our team today to bid farewell to hip pain permanently.


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Hip pain refers to discomfort, soreness, or pain in the hip joint or the surrounding areas. The hip joint is a ball-and-socket joint where the top of the thigh bone (femur) fits into the pelvis. This joint allows for a wide range of movements, including walking, running, bending, and rotating the leg.

Common Causes of Hip Pain

Osteoarthritis: This is the most common cause of hip pain, especially in older adults. Osteoarthritis occurs when the cartilage that cushions the hip joint wears down over time, leading to pain, stiffness, and reduced joint mobility.


Hip Bursitis: Bursae are small sacs filled with fluid that cushion and reduce friction between tendons and bones in the hip joint. When the bursae become inflamed or irritated, it can cause hip pain and tenderness.


Hip Impingement: Hip impingement occurs when there is abnormal contact between the bones in the hip joint. This can lead to pain, especially during activities that involve hip movement.


Muscle or Tendon Strains: Overuse, sudden movements, or injuries can lead to strains in the muscles or tendons surrounding the hip joint, causing pain and discomfort.


Labral Tears: The hip labrum is a ring of cartilage that surrounds the hip socket. Tears or damage to the labrum can result in hip pain, often felt deep within the joint.


Hip Fractures: A fall or high-impact trauma can lead to hip fractures, which are typically associated with severe pain and require immediate medical attention.


Sciatica: Sciatic nerve compression or irritation can cause radiating pain from the lower back down to the hip and leg. While sciatica originates in the lower back, it can be associated with hip pain.


Other Causes: Other conditions, such as infections, tumors, and referred pain from the lower back or pelvis, can also lead to hip pain.

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