When you have acute or chronic hip pain, it may impact your mobility and affect your daily activities. The team of providers at Interventional Spine and Pain Center offers a regenerative approach to hip pain relief for men and women in Middle Tennessee. For a consultation with their team of experts, call or schedule an appointment online with one of their offices in Manchester and Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
The hip joint is the largest joint in the body. It’s a complex ball-and-socket joint that’s protected by cartilage, ligaments, and tendons, which allows your leg to move and rotate. When you have hip pain, it can prevent you from a full range of motion, which may impact your mobility.
Injury or disease in the joint itself could cause hip pain, or the pain may radiate from back-related conditions. Possible causes of hip pain include:
Your hip pain could be sharp, dull, or burning. It can affect you just when you stand up, or after rest. The team at Interventional Spine and Pain Center has the experience and expertise necessary to diagnose and treat a range of underlying causes of your hip pain.
Hip pain could be a sign of injury or disease in the joint or in your back. You must have an expert evaluation if your hip pain:
Your provider at Interventional Spine and Pain Center completes a full assessment of your symptoms, takes a thorough health history, and completes a comprehensive examination to diagnose your pain. They may order diagnostic studies, including computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), or X-ray.
The team at Interventional Spine and Pain Center offers a regenerative approach to treating your hip pain. This means they seek to address the underlying causes of your discomfort and not just mask symptoms with pain medications.
Your personalized treatment plan may include:
Whatever the underlying cause of your hip pain, your experienced provider takes time to develop a plan that works most effectively for you.
For a consultation regarding your hip pain, call or schedule an appointment online with the team of experts at Interventional Spine and Pain Center today.