Your hip is a foundation for your body’s strength, stability, and support. If you’re suffering from hip pain, you might feel immobilized, useless, and desperate for relief. But don’t despair. Our doctor is well-versed in all-natural hip pain relief treatments and has successfully treated many cases, just like yours.
Hip Joint Pain Relief
Regenerative medicine is the premise of all-natural hip pain relief. It focuses on amplifying the human body’s own healing power by using powerful cells capable of renewing, repairing, and replacing damaged tissue.
Treatments containing stem cells and natural growth factors are one of these revolutionary treatments. Your body already has stem cells that facilitate healing, but their ability to regenerate decreases with age. Our stem cell treatment involves injecting young donor cells in order to provide your body with the most effective source of healing.
Credible tissue banks supply the stem cells for our treatments, in compliance with the FDA and the American Association of Tissue Banks. They collect healthy and young mesenchymal stem cells from the Wharton’s jelly of umbilical cords via allograft. Wharton’s jelly contains an especially high number of stem cells, which make for highly effective hip pain relief treatments.
During our stem cell treatment, healthy mesenchymal stem cells are readily taken up by your system. They will divide into whatever tissue cells—bone, muscle, tendon, or otherwise—are in need of renewal at the site of your hip pain. When an injury or degeneration is healed and strengthened, your hip pain will disappear.
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatments are another part of regenerative medicine. PRP treatment is developed from a small volume of your blood, and then we separate the platelets from other blood cells, creating a sufficiently high concentration of platelets in plasma. PRP contains growth factors and proteins that will, when injected into your hip joint, promote regrowth and accelerate repair.
Hip Pain Treatment
Beyond regenerative medicine, there are other non-invasive therapies that can provide you with hip pain relief. Our doctors will not only help diagnose your hip pain but give you the best treatment for your condition.
Chiropractic care provides patients with another safe option for hip pain relief. When your bones are out of place, especially the vertebrae in your back, it can place a significant amount of pressure on other joints like your hips. Compression can also impact your sciatic nerve, which may be contributing to your hip pain. Chiropractor adjustments reduce inflammation and improve both the skeletal and nervous system.
We also offer trigger point injections, which target muscular knots with an anti-inflammatory agent. These trigger points radiate pain to other areas of your body, and they don't necessarily need to be around your hip. We will identify these painful points and inject a plant-based serum into the muscle, so it relaxes. This relief can last for weeks, and we’ll assist you in other medical treatment options to bring about long-term recovery.
For hip pain relief, we also treat patients with laser therapy, a method of exposing damaged tissue to low levels of red and near-infrared light. The light energy penetrates the targeted area, which reacts to reduce inflammation and improve circulation—both of which promote healing.
Causes of Hip Pain
Hip pain can be caused by injury, overuse, inactivity, or disease. Since the hip is a large and complex joint, any muscle strain or forceful movement can be detrimental to your mobility. Hip pain when walking, sciatica, hip injuries, or a hip dislocation might lead to severe pain and can leave you immobile. So, it’s critical that you get treatment when you notice persistent or chronic hip pain.
If you are looking for effective and long lasting relief for hip pain in Stuart, Port St Lucie, Palm City and all nearby areas in Martin & St Lucie County, call us today at (772) 781-1101 for a complimentary consultation. Our doctors will identify the source of your pain, and give you the information you need to confidently move forward with treatment.