Hip pain prevents you from living life to the fullest and can cause compensatory issues in your back and legs. Pain management expert Shimul Sahai, MD, of Phoenician Pain & Rehabilitation Center in Chandler, Arizona, can help determine what’s causing your hip pain and offer solutions to help resolve it for the long-term. She takes a multidisciplinary approach to pain management, so you can get back to doing all the activities you love. Call the office, or book an appointment online to have your hip pain evaluated today.
Hip pain can occur due to a variety of reasons. You may experience an injury or pain due to long-term dysfunction or overuse. Hip pain can be the cause of a degenerative condition, such as osteoarthritis. You may also experience hip pain due to a problem in your lower back or with your ligaments, muscles, and tendons.
Common causes of hip pain include:
It’s time to seek professional help for hip pain when home remedies and rest no longer help it resolve. If you have swelling, stiffness, and pain that interferes with your daily life, call the office. Dr. Sahai performs a thorough physical exam, including imaging tests, to determine the cause of your pain and come up with an effective solution.
Sometimes you have an ache that goes away on its own. But if you experience any of the following symptoms on a regular basis, it’s a good idea to consult Dr. Sahai:
Hip pain may range from mild to severe. It can be dull and constant or sharp. Dr. Sahai provides effective pain management options for your ailing hip.
Dr. Sahai evaluates your hip pain to determine an appropriate, customized course of treatment. Options for therapy include:
She may also recommend stem cell injections that help boost circulation, the release of growth hormone, and the development of new, healthy tissue. Treatment also depends on whether your hip pain is chronic and long-term or if it’s relatively new and immediate.
To learn about the treatment options available to you to help you deal with hip pain, call the office of Phoenician Pain & Rehabilitation Center, or schedule an appointment online.