Symptoms of Hip Pain
- Pain and discomfort in the groin or buttocks
- The discomfort worsens with activity
- Pain at the outside or inside of the thighs
- Walking with a limp
- Compromised mobility
- Limited range of motion
- Popping sounds in the hip
- Dull aching sensation
- Locking sensation
Diagnosing Hip Pain
Remedy Pain Solutions always diagnoses the root cause of your hip pain before recommending treatments. We believe a comprehensive diagnosis is essential for lasting relief because hip pain can indicate numerous factors, as shown above. Our interventional pain specialists discuss your symptoms, review your health history, and conduct physical examinations to determine the trigger points. Based on the findings, we perform numerous imaging tests, such as x-rays, CT scans, and MRI scans, to visualize the damage on the hip bones, cartilage, and joints.
Interventional Treatments for Hip Pain
After identifying the root cause of your hip pain, we curate a comprehensive and personalized treatment plan just for you. We avoid narcotic treatments that simply mask the pain without addressing the root cause, and we also avoid surgeries because they’re needlessly complicated and risky. Instead, we rely completely on interventional and regenerative treatments that provide lasting relief and encourage your body to repair naturally.
We use regenerative medicine, such as human cell and tissue therapy and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatments, to make your body heal itself. These techniques encourage your body to heal healthy tissues, boosting your natural healing and recovery systems. As such, these treatments gradually reverse the effects of age or injuries on your joints, tendons, cartilage, and muscles, restoring optimal health.
Each individual receives a unique hip pain treatment plan, but the following are some of the treatment options:
- Epidural injections reduce inflammation around the nerve roots.
- Facet injections block the transmission of pain signals into the brain.
- PRP therapy encourages your body to repair the damaged joints, cartilage, and tendons.
- Other treatments that address the root cause of your hip pain.
Please schedule an appointment with our interventional pain specialists to discuss your hip pain treatment options.