“How to Put an End to Hip Pain and Stiffness - Without Taking Painkillers, Having Risky Surgery or Injections, and Without Having to Make Repeated Visits to the Doctor!”

If you have pain, stiffness, or an ache in your hip, it’s very tempting to think that it’s nothing, that it will go away on its own. Or, you might pass it off as “just a spasm,” a result of having “slept awkwardly,” or that it’s just a bit of stiffness that “everyone your age” suffers from.

In any case, there’s no obvious reason the pain started, and it doesn’t seem to be getting any better!

If that is happening to you, you are not alone. We hear this type of thing all the time. In fact, hip pain is one of THE most common problems that we see at our physical therapy clinic in Bradenton, FL.

When it comes to living with hip pain, everybody we see wants to know

“Why is This Happening to Me?”...

or

“Why Am I Still Suffering With Hip Pain After Putting Up With It For 6 Months (Or Even Years)?”

When most people get hip pain, they often think that it’s just going to go away on its own, that they will wake up one morning and like “magic,” it will feel as if the hip pain was never there.

However, a year or so later, they are still living with hip pain–often even worse than it was when it started.

Does That Sound Like You?

Another scenario we see all the time in our physical therapy clinic is when people go to the doctor’s office, where the doctor tells them to rest and “try these painkillers” and “see how it goes.”

Unsurprisingly, this is rarely useful advice. About a month or so later, they end up going back to the doctor because the pain hasn’t got any better. Even worse, they are often given yet another prescription of even stronger pain medications and advised even MORE rest. This repetitive loop explains why so many people aged 50+ are suffering with chronic hip pain.

Has This Type of Thing Happened to You?

What are other reasons why hip pain often lasts longer than it should? Well, it’s easy to get confused because you have likely been told different things by different people. There are lots of people out there who are happy to give you your advice, but not all of it is credible.

Maybe you think your hip pain was caused by one specific activity, like lifting or sleeping awkwardly, when it was actually caused by years and years of poor posture that weakened your hip muscles. It’s more likely that the pain from lifting or an awkward sleeping position is just the culmination of that long-term damage. What’s more, after living in pain for so long, your posture worsens in your efforts to compensate for the pain.

If you don’t know exactly what you’re doing, hip pain can be very confusing, and this leads many people to act as if the pain is ‘just a normal part of life.’

Do You Feel That Way Too?

If You’re Currently Living With Hip Pain, Here are 7 Reasons Why It Could Be Lasting Longer Than It Should:

  • You thought it would go away on its own, so you tried to ignore it, which didn’t work.
  • You went to the doctor who told you to rest and take pain meds, but as soon as they wore off, the pain struck yet again, and the medicine did nothing to help your hip.
  • A family member or friend told you that everybody gets hip pain as they get older, so you just accepted it.
  • You tried other healthcare professionals, or a physical therapist in the past, but nothing they said or did seemed to help.
  • You tried YouTube exercises but they either did absolutely nothing or made your hip pain ten times worse.
  • You thought it would be a good idea to rest because your hip pain was so bad, but all that did was make your hip feel even more stiff and tight.
  • You decided to get a few massages, hoping that would fix the pain, but the relief was only temporary, and didn’t do anything to fix it long term.

If any of these have happened to you, we would love to help you by inviting you to book a call to talk with one of our physical therapists to find out what we can do to help you. The fact that you have tried any or all of these things already is actually a good thing! Because as you find out what doesn’t work, you get closer to finding the thing that does!

Click the link below to book a call with us if you would like to get some solid advice given to you over the phone. This phone call is complimentary, and there is no obligation to book any appointments with us after the call is over. Our goal is to help you make the right decision about what next steps you need to take to find real, long-term relief for your hip problem.

What Can I do to Get Rid of My Hip Pain Quickly?...

Well, here's 4 things you can do:

  • First off, you need to make a decision about getting help. Many people procrastinate, thinking that hip pain will ‘just go away with time,’ but then, a couple of years down the line they are still putting up with the pain, which has either stayed the same or gotten worse.
  • Next, do the RIGHT exercises. A very common mistake is when you strengthen muscles that are weak, not taking into account that the muscles could be weak because they are tight and inefficient. Or you focus only on the hip when other parts such as your ankles may be a huge part of your problem. One of the best ways to ease your hip pain is to do the right series of exercises. The right exercises, organized for you by a physical therapist, will reduce pain and allow you to move freely again in a short amount of time, and make sure that the problems don’t come back anytime soon (or aggravate your hip even more like some exercises do)
  • Avoid sitting for long periods of time. Ever tried to get up from the sofa after resting for a while, only to find out you struggle because your hip feels so painful and tight? That’s because one of the worst things you can do to add to your hip pain is rest or sit for long periods of time. Too much rest and sitting in awkward positions makes hip muscles stiff and tight. It would really help if you were given appropriate exercises (alongside hands-on treatment) for better posture to get you active and healthy as quickly as possible.
  • Get real, “hands-on” physical therapy. Manual physical therapy is proven to help people with hip pain. In fact, at Manual Physical Therapy & Concierge Services, it’s one of the most common injuries we see. If your hip pain is affecting your job, your ability to stay active and independent, or gets in the way of spending quality time with family and friends, manual physical therapy can help get you back to living the life you deserve as quickly as possible.

If you would like to know how the physical therapy team at Manual Physical Therapy & Concierge Services can help you live with less hip pain, we invite you to start with a completely free, no-obligation, risk-free appointment at our clinic:

Note: This Free Discovery Session is something that we offer to people who are very nervous or skeptical about manual physical therapy, unsure of its benefits, or whether it is right for them. If that sounds like you, then please start with a free discovery session so that we can work with you to find out what is wrong and what can be done – without any financial risk on your part.

So the next question is:

“How Can Choosing to See a Physical Therapist at Manual Physical Therapy & Concierge Services Help You Get Rid of Your Hip Pain - in the Next Few Days?”

Here’s just a few of the things our Physical Therapy team can do for you:

  • We can help you find out why your chronic pain isn’t going away and why your previous treatments failed to address the real issue. We CAN take away the pain and stiffness – and you will feel the improvement after every session.
  • We can find and address the root cause of your chronic hip pain once and for all, so your pain finally goes away and stays away.
  • We can help you finally get a good night’s sleep and live with more energy each day.
  • We can help get you back to playing golf, working out at the gym, enjoying walks on the beach, or running again without any restrictions.
  • We can help you enjoy quality time with your kids or grandkids as you play with them in the pool, in the backyard, or at Disney.
  • We can help you put a stop to that endless stream of painkillers that are no good for your long-term health.
  • We can help you avoid surgeries and painful injections.
  • We can help you stay out of the doctor’s waiting room and from making repeated visits that only end with more pain medications.
  • We can help you get back to enjoying the quality time with family and friends that hip pain has stolen from you.
  • We can help you to finally get a good night’s sleep without tossing and turning while you try to find that one position that feels the least painful.
  • We can help you enjoy shopping or traveling again, to sit more comfortably and walk longer than 15 minutes without your hip feeling weak and painful or like it’s about to give out.

Basically, we can help you get back to living life free from the curse of chronic hip pain!

If you want to know more about costs and availability at our physical therapy clinic in Bradenton, FL, then please just click the button below and complete the short form:


“Find Out How People Just Like You, Came to Manual Physical Therapy & Concierge Services - and Left Happier and Much Healthier!”

Please enjoy watching stories of other people with hip pain just like you who came to see the physical therapy team at Manual Physical Therapy & Concierge Services  - and left much healthier and happier:

Ted

Ted

65, Sarasota, FL

“One of the biggest things that I noticed about my quality of life since coming to see Joann is that I sleep better. I move better. I don't have as many episodes of soreness even after just sitting and watching a television show or watching a movie. I believe that the muscles will get stronger.

Jean

Jean,

89, Bradenton

“I would go to bed at night and I would just stand at the side of my bed and say, now, how am I going to get in there? I would sit down on the end of the bed and hurtfully pull my legs into the bed. And so that has been cured completely. I feel like now that was one important thing.”

Diane

Diane

67, Venice, FL

“They take a whole body approach and work on other things that are impacting, such as teaching me to walk a little bit different way and other parts of my body that would then affect my hip. I have been to PT over the years and have never had the kind of success I've had here.”

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