Hip Osteoarthritis

Hip Osteoarthritis may arise spontaneously or be secondary to previous trauma with associated instability and hip pain. Osteoarthritis of the hip joint may be a source of groin and hip pain. Patients often describe activity-related pain in the groin and pain during the night. Patients may try to lean away from the painful side to gain relief. Those suffering from hip osteoarthritis may note a reduce range of motion due to pain.

Should you choose to visit KH Chiropractic (clinic based between Liverpool Street and Aldgate (EC3A 7DB). On arrival you will receive a patient health form to complete. It is important you complete this form in full as some existing complaints may require different treatment techniques. On completion of this the chiropractor will take a full history before proceeding with the examination. Your chiropractor will explain what has been found, how they intend to treat it and the most suitable treatment plan for your condition.

Call us on 0203 633 0565 or email us at info@khchiropractic.com to book your appointment to find out the root cause of your hip pain.