Hip pain can interfere with walking, running, or regular daily activities. Many times, people notice hip pain after sitting or standing for prolonged periods of time or after extensive exercise. Hip pain is commonly found in the hip joint and areas around the hip. It’s important to evaluate all areas around the hip to find the cause of the pain. For example, when someone has pain or symptoms on the back side of the joint, it can be important to address the front side to get relief.
Here are a few tips to prevent or reduce hip pain:
Staying in one position for too long can create symptoms:
Activities like walking, running, and dancing can trigger hip pain.
As always, visit your Doctor of Chiropractic to get adjusted. They will help your hip and pelvis stay in alignment and he or she may educate you on specific stretches and exercises for your condition.