Advanced Pain Solutions Hip Pain Specialist

Have you noticed a popping, clicking, or snapping in your hip? Do you experience chronic or periodic pain in you groin, low back, thigh or hip joint that just won’t go away?

These can all be signs of damage and dysfunction in your hip and should be addressed to limit further wear and tear and improve your quality of life and body function.

Maybe you have tried, rest, ice, heat, stretching, or massage. Perhaps your primary care doctor prescribed non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) or a steroid injection to cover up the pain. Despite your efforts, the pain keeps coming back and nothing has truly corrected the problem. If this is the case, Advanced Pain Solutions is here to help.

Our physical medicine doctors at our Redmond Oregon medical office are here to help you discover the true cause of your pain and dysfunction. We will help you get to the root of the problem and provide long term solutions without the use of harmful drugs or surgery.

Hip Pain

Are you a candidate for our hip pain relief protocol?

Hip Pain

What Is Causing My Hip Pain?

Hip pain can be a symptom resulting from a specific conditions, poor biomechanics, or trauma.

The exact location of your hip pain and the type of pain you experience can be instrumental in determining the root cause.

Biomechanical causes of hip pain: Hip pain can often result from poor biomechanics or from functioning with poor posture. The following are some situations that may lead to hip pain.

  • Sitting with your legs crossed for an extended period
  • Abnormal pelvic tilt when standing or sitting
  • Leg length discrepancy
  • Muscular imbalances
  • Abnormal gait

Traumatic causes of hip pain: Trauma and accidents are also a common cause of hip pain. Any type of direct injury to the hip can cause pain and dysfunction that may need to be addressed by a medical professional. Some types of accidents that could negatively affect the hip are listed below:

  • Auto accidents
  • Slips and falls
  • Sports injuries
  • Repetitive motions over an extended period

Conditions that cause hip pain: You may have a specific condition that is causing your chronic hip pain. Below are some of the hip conditions which our doctors are trained to address.

  • Arthritis
  • Bursitis
  • Piriformis syndrome
  • Muscle strain
  • Tendinitis
  • Labral tears
  • Avascular necrosis (osteonecrosis)
  • Iliotibial (IT) band tendinitis
  • Hip impingement

What Are The Symptoms Of Hip Pain?

Hip pain symptoms can vary greatly and many times dysfunction in the hip will result in pain elsewhere in the body, making it difficult to diagnose the problem. Some symptoms of dysfunction in the hip may include pain in any or all of the following areas:

  • Thigh
  • Groin
  • Inside of the hip joint
  • Outside of the hip joint
  • Buttocks
  • Low back
  • Knee

Other symptoms of hip dysfunction could include reduced range of motion or a grinding, clicking, or popping sensation when moving the leg.

How Is Hip Pain Treated?

When diagnosing your hip pain, our highly trained medical team will complete a full medical history, consultation, physical exam, and functional exam. During this process, we will work to discover the true cause of your pain in order to help you resolve it.

At Advanced Pain Solutions, we offer the care you have been looking for. Our protocols are designed to heal your hip naturally so you can get back to living the life you love.

We have seen many patients who have struggled from long term opioid use or corticosteroids. We have also seen first-hand the disappointing outcomes of surgeries such as a hip replacement or acetabular labrum surgery.

We do not want you to suffer. Our goal at Advanced Pain Solutions is to help those in the Central Oregon community restore function and relieve pain as quickly as possible without the use of harmful drugs or surgery

In our Redmond, Oregon physical medicine clinic, our doctors will complete a comprehensive exam and diagnosis in order to create an individualized treatment plan designed to improve your hip function while providing pain relief.

Treatment methods may include:

Are you a candidate for our hip pain relief protocol?