Whether your hip or leg pain is directly coming from your back, or are isolated to a specific area of the hip or leg, our chiropractic providers have experience treating it.

What Causes Hip and Leg Pain?

Sometimes pain in the hip or leg is what’s called radiating or referred pain. In these cases, the cause of the discomfort may actually be in the joints, muscles, or nerves of the lower back or pelvis regions. Other times the cause of pain may be in the joints, muscles, or nerves of the hip or leg.

In both cases, many causes of hip and leg pain often respond well to care from a chiropractic physician. Our chiropractors will examine you and make a diagnosis based on their findings, discuss with you the nature of the injury, and advise you on the treatment options to get you out of pain and back to your normal routine as fast as possible.

Chiropractic Care for Hip Pain Conditions

Below is a list of some of the hip pain conditions that our chiropractic office has experience in treating effectively. If you’re uncertain as to what’s causing your discomfort, don’t worry. Our chiropractors have the skills to make an accurate diagnosis, effectively treat if it’s something we can help with, or refer to the appropriate provider if it’s something best treated by another dcotor.

  • Hip impingement syndrome (femoral-acetabular joint impingement)
  • Hip bursitis and tendinopathy (greater trochanteric pain syndrome)
  • Hip flexor tightness and pain
  • Meralgia paresthetica (pain in the front of the hip)
  • IT band tightness (IT band syndrome)
  • Hip muscle strain and hip joint sprain
  • Hip joint dysfunction (commonly called hip stiffness or misalignment)
  • Poor posture (anterior pelvic tilt and lower crossed syndrome)
  • Hip osteoarthritis (age-related joint change to the hip)
  • Hip labrum tears
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Snapping hip syndrome
  • Muscular weakness and imbalance (poor glute activation)
  • Sciatica and nerve impingements

While this is not a complete list, it covers the most common conditions of hip pain that we treat. If you have a hip condition or diagnosis that is not listed here, feel free to call our Cary chiropractic office and ask one of our chiropractic physicians if they can help.

Chiropractic Care for Leg Pain Conditions

Below is a list of some of the leg pain conditions that our chiropractors have experience treating. If you’re uncertain as to what’s causing your discomfort, don’t worry. Our chiropractors have the skills to make an accurate diagnosis, treat it appropriately, and if it’s something best treated by another provider we’ll refer you appropriately.

  • Muscular sprains and ligament strains of the knee and ankle
  • Medial and lateral meniscus tears (clicking, locking, and popping in the knee)
  • Patellar tracking disorder
  • Patellar tendonitis
  • Knee bursitis
  • Achilles tendinopathy
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Heel pain
  • Metatarsalgia (pain in the forefoot)
  • Foot arch collapse (flat foot)
  • Shin splints (medial tibial stress syndrome)
  • Osgood-Schlatter’s
  • Post-surgical stiffness and scar tissue build up

While this is not a complete list, it covers the most common diagnosis’ of leg pain that we make and treat. If you have a leg condition or diagnosis that is not listed here, feel free to call our Cary chiropractic office and ask one of our chiropractic physicians if they can help.