Hip joint painGeneral Symptoms of Hip Injuries

The hip is the body’s largest ball-and-socket joint, and is designed to withstand a fair amount of wear and tear. That being said, with age or with overuse the cartilage, muscles and tendons can become damaged. While minor hip pain may come and go, it is important to know when to seek out care from a professional.

Some common symptoms of a larger hip issue bay be:

  • Pain in the thigh, inside/outside of hip joint, groin, or buttocks
  • Prolonged pain that increases with activity

SMOC is the best resource in determining the management options for patient care from conservative non-invasive treatments such as simple exercises to surgical procedures. The goal of our physicians is to guide you every step of the way through your treatment process.

Physical Signs You Should Seek the Care of a SMOC Physician Immediately:

  • Limited range of motion
  • Inability to bear weight
  • Abnormal bumps or protrusions

Treatments Available from SMOC

SMOC physicians have extensive experience in hip injuries and can both diagnose and treat your injury. Click here to learn more about our treatments available at SMOC.

  • Physical Therapy
  • Acupuncture
  • Exercise Schedules
  • Primary & Revision Hip Replacement
  • MAKOplasty® Hip Replacement

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