Hip Pain

Hip pain occurs in 14.3% of individuals who are 60 years old and up; a majority of these individuals are females. Your hip is considered your thigh, groin, buttock, and the side of your hip. Hip pain can be true hip pain, or from your groin, thigh, or side of hip or it can be pseudo hip pain, which could be buttock pain or it even could be referring from your low back.

Hip pain can lead to difficulty with navigating stairs, walking, running, sitting, and standing. Your lower leg strength could be the number one factor in the cause of your hip pain.

Common Conditions:

  • Hip Impingement
  • Hip Labral Tear
  • Hip Osteoarthritis
  • Trochanteric Bursitis
  • Muscle Strains
  • Piriformis Syndrome

Buffalo Rehab patient results are

%

HIGHER for this body part than the nation’s best physical therapy clinics

Average Cost of Care for Patient: $240
Average Treatment Length: 62 Days

Results Based on 2,933 Patients & Collected from FOTO, a 3rd Party National Outcomes Tool

“The staff at Buffalo Rehab Group are top notch from the folks you speak with on the phone and check in with at the desk to all of the PT’s , assistants and interns. They have flexible locations and hours that allow you to fit PT into your life when it works best for you. Most importantly, they are exceptional at ensuring you play a strong role in your own recovery.”

Tracey

“I was welcomed from the minute I walked in the door. Each and every staff member has gone above and beyond my expectations, the best PT experience I have had. I would recommend them to anyone!”

Janet

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