How To Stop Chronic, Daily Annoying Hip Pain WITHOUT Injections, WITHOUT Taking Painkillers or do a surgery
If you’re living with bad Hip pain, they’re painful or they ache, making it difficult to wear your favourite shoes – it’s very easy to think that it’s “just something that comes with age”, it’s a bit of “wear and tear”, or that it’s nothing and it’ll go away on its own.
You can’t quite point your finger on why you’re feeling pain in your Hip and Hip- but it doesn’t seem to be getting any better!
If that’s happening to you, you’re not alone – we hear this type of thing all the time. In fact, Hip pain is one of THE most common problems that we see in our clinic
And when it comes to living with HIP PAIN, everybody we see wants to know the answers to these questions:
“Why is This Happening to me?”…
“Why am I still suffering with Hip pain that keeps getting worse after putting up with it for 6 months – sometimes more?”…
Most people think that when they get Hip Pain, it’ll eventually “ease off” and go away on its own. That they’ll wake up one morning and like “magic”, all the pain is gone and be a thing of the past… But then 6 months later you’re still living with the discomfort around your Hip and Hip. And its – often even worse than it was when it came on.
Does That Sound Like You?
Another scenario we see all the time in our physiotherapy clinic is when people go to their Doctors, and the well-meaning Doctor tells them to “rest”, “try these painkillers” and “come back in 6 weeks if it’s no better” – but then 6 weeks later, they end up going back to the same Doctor again because it hasn’t got any better, only to be given ANOTHER prescription of even stronger pills, and maybe an Hip support or a brace.
Has That Ever Happened To You?
Maybe you are confused because you’ve been told different things, by different people. Maybe you think you have to rest because you’ve been told walking makes your Hip pain worse, or that you should be doing ‘this exercise’ and ‘that exercise’ to make it better.
It’s very confusing to know exactly what to do – and that’s just to avoid making it worse!
And because of this confusion – this often leads people to procrastinate and put off making a decision about what to do to help fix their Pain. Worse, many people just end up accepting it as “part of life” – as if it’s normal, as if it “has” to be that way.
Is This How You Feel Too?