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If your hip has started to hurt, it’s natural to fear the worst, especially if you are middle-aged or older. You might know people your age or just a little older who have already had hip replacement surgery, and you saw how long it took them to heal. The good news is we have many pain relief options to treat your hip pain that does not require hip surgery.

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Hip pain can often be treated without drugs or surgery - come see us and let's see how we can help you get our of pain naturally. Call (405) 726-2727

In the area of your hips, you have the complicated structures where your low back meets your pelvis, plus all the muscles and tendons that stabilize the tops of your leg bones where they meet your hips. Imbalances resulting from the way you sit, walk, or carry heavy items place stress on all these structures. Many of us don’t know the best ways to exercise, which can develop muscles unevenly and lead to problems. And so many of us sit too long and get too little exercise. All of these reasons can lead to aches and pains around your hips. We treat our patients with alternatives to hip replacement surgery, including treatments containing Wharton's jelly*, growth factors and more.

There can also be inflammation in the hip's tendons or in the sacs of fluid (bursa) that protect your joints; a condition called bursitis. Of course, there can also be damage to your hip joint resulting from arthritis or an impact injury from the past. The best action you can take is to address hip pain as soon as it shows up. In certain cases, injections containing Wharton's jelly* has shown to decrease pain and inflammation. By addressing your pain right away, you can regain your pain-free mobility and prevent serious problems that might force you to rely on pain relievers or hip replacement surgery.

This article from the National Center for Biotechnology Information may be helpful to you.

Hip Pain Treatment

The first step is determining the correct cause of pain to target that cause with the right remedy. It may be that a need for spinal correction is causing stress in the low back and hips. Chiropractic adjustments accompanied by a nutritional and exercise program and some ultrasound treatments may be all you need to maintain your optimum function.

If the problem is more stubborn, Function Muscle Restoration is a hands-on manual therapy technique we use to restore function and repair injuries effectively. We can also use alternative treatment options to help the body heal tissues that are damaged or inflamed.

Alterative Treatment Options for Hip Pain

When a patient’s body needs significant assistance to heal, we offer our patients platelet-rich plasma and injections containing Wharton's jelly* to aid their recovery. Platelets are the most active healing type of blood cell. By concentrating platelets from a patient’s own body and injecting them into areas that need improved healing, we can achieve pain relief, reduce inflammation, and accelerate injury repair.

In some cases, we may recommend injections containing Wharton's jelly*. This treatment provides a natural source for long chain-hyaluronic acid and other proteins that are beneficial for joint lubrication and movement. Wharton’s jelly* contains a high concentration of growth factors, proteins, and cytokines that contribute to the regenerative process by signaling the body’s own cells to the site of the defect.

By supplementing the defect with Wharton’s jelly*, our goal is to use this structural tissue supplement as a non-invasive alternative to surgery.

If you or a loved one suffer from hip pain in Oklahoma City, Edmond, or any nearby area, call us today at (405) 726-2727 to schedule a free consultation.

*The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has defined this product as being regulated by the FDA as a human tissue product subject to Section 361 of the Public Health Service Act and 21 CFR 1271. The product is a minimally manipulated umbilical cord allograft that is intended for homologous use only. CMS has described muscle and cartilage tears as examples of homologous use.

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