Hip Pain Massage in Garden City, MI
Hip pain is irritating and gets in the way of living your life in comfort and in health. Let Drs. Adam and Amanda.Apfelblat help brings you better health and a better way of life with hip pain massage to ease your discomfort.
The hip distributes weight evenly on the legs, is vital for walking, and keeps us upright when we sit. It is one of the most mobile balls and socket joints in our bodies, after the shoulder joint.
The primary muscles that are in control of all hip function are the abductors, adductors, gluteus maximus, quadriceps, and hamstrings. Cartilage provides a cushion, the ligaments connect bone to bone, and tendons connect the muscle to the bone.
If any of these functions are compromised, hip pain takes hold.
Hip Pain Causes
Hip pain can range in severity and depends on the sustained injury. Most commonly hip pain is the result of overuse and repeated stress in athletes. If there are muscle imbalances or weaknesses in the hip, an injury may also occur.
Hip pain also arises with arthritis and cartilage deterioration during the natural aging process. Additional causes of injury that will benefit from hip pain massage include strained ligaments, muscle spasms, broken bones, and accidents which lead to trauma of the hip.
Massage for Hip Pain
Hip pain message is a vital component of the treatment process. It increases blood flow to the injured areas promoting rapid healing, breaks up scar tissue, and helps to relax overused muscles.
The relaxation of muscles and increase in blood flow with hip pain massage improves range of motion and will bring normal pain-free function back to your hip.
Our specialists will treat muscle imbalances with massage and provide adjustments as needed to alleviate associated pain. The types of massage techniques utilized include trigger point therapy, deep tissue, and myofascial release.
Chiropractic and hip pain massage helps your nervous system for improved wellness and a better quality of life. Why not let us help you by calling and making an appointment?