Hip and Leg Pain

Hip pain
What causes hip and leg pain?

There are many causes of hip and leg pain, but almost all of them usually involve the joint, soft tissues, and nerves in the region. Sometimes pain in this region is what’s called radiating or referred pain. In these cases the cause of the discomfort may be coming from the lower back or pelvis regions. Other times there may be a local cause for the pain. The good news is that hip and leg pain often responds very well to conservative treatment like chiropractic care. After we’ve determined what the cause is, we’ll lay out a treatment plan that’s not only going to get you out of pain, but keep the complaint from returning and get you back to your normal life. If you’re unsure whether chiropractic care can help, see the list of conditions below and give our doctors a call for a FREE consultation.


What are some hip problems we commonly see?

Sciatica, hip impingement, hip bursitis, tight hip flexors, meralgia paresthetica, IT band syndrome, sprain/strain, hip misalignment, poor gait and posture, hip osteoarthritis, hip labrum damage, hip dysplasia, periarticular muscle irritation and tendonitis, snapping hip syndrome, hip synovitis, lower crossed syndrome, poor glute activation, nerve pain in the legs, leg weakness, and more.


What are some leg problems we commonly see?

Sprains and strains of the knee/hip/ankle, knee instability, patellar tracking disorder, patellar tendonitis, knee bursitis, achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, heel pain, metatarsalgia, arch collapse, shin splints, Osgood-Schlatter’s, post-surgical stiffness and limited movement, and more.