Hip function is in constant demand, whether sitting, walking, or running. As a result, hip pain occurs both in active adults and those who sit for long periods of time. Hip injury is the most common of hip pain causes, especially in athletes who put repetitive strain on hip joints, muscles, and the groin.
At Manhattan Sports Therapy, Dr. Nemirovsky is a leading New York spinal specialist in hip pain treatment, hip pain causes, hip joint pain, and hip injury. He provides comprehensive physical therapy and chiropractic hip pain treatment to correct imbalances and restore alignment. Proper diagnosis is critical to hip pain treatment for effective relief, recovery, and re-injury prevention.
Dr. Nemirovsky is highly adept at diagnosing hip pain causes and underlying spinal, soft-tissue, and muscular conditions driving your discomfort.
Wear and tear on the hip joint and surrounding muscles accounts for most hip problems. The complex nature of the musculoskeletal system often results in referred pain, or interconnected pain of the lower back, hip, groin, and legs. True hip dysfunction involves the joint where the femur and pelvis connect; however, diagnosing hip pain causes requires the careful and knowledgeable exploration by a spinal specialist.
As a sports medicine expert, Dr. Nemirovsky works with patients to evaluate pain triggers and discover exact hip pain causes. Insufficient strength or flexibility of the hip stabilizer muscles can put significant stress on the hip joint. Lumbar back issues, herniated discs, sciatica, and hernias are all common hip pain causes as well.
After a comprehensive evaluation and gait analysis, Dr. Nemirovsky can determine appropriate corrective and therapeutic hip pain treatments. His unique combination therapy for hip pain treatment integrates chiropractic care and physical therapy with a focus on soft-tissue health.
Dr. Nemirovsky’s hands-on hip treatment corrects skeletal imbalances while restoring alignment. Stretching and muscle strengthening are used to improve hip stabilization, thereby improving hip flexibility and restoring pain-free range of motion. Optimizing the lower back, hip, groin, and pelvic area are integral to successful hip pain treatment.