The clinicians here at Summit Physio have a variety of treatment techniques at their disposal to relieve pain, regain range of movement, restore muscle strength and return patients to normal activities of daily living.
It’s common to associate hip replacements with older people, but the truth is that anybody can suffer from hip pain, especially athletes and sportspeople.
At Summit Physio, our clinicians specialise in treating those who have undergone an operation to correct their hip joint pain, and are vastly experienced in putting together a bespoke recovery programme for each of our patients. There is scientific evidence to suggest that prompt surgery and quick, bespoke rehabilitation programmes directly after an operation are crucial to helping somebody to recover from serious hip pain much more effectively.
We want to make your hip replacement recovery time as short as possible, so we’ll piece together a tailored rehabilitation programme for you to follow, ensuring that you’ll be back on your feet in no time. You simply cannot underestimate the importance of targeted physiotherapy after a hip joint replacement.
Hip fractures: Why prevention is better than cure
Summit Physio always believes that prevention is better than cure, which is why we offer services that help people to lead an active lifestyle without unduly worrying about suffering an injury.
According to the NHS, up to 75,000 hip fractures occur in the UK each year. Most hip fractures are caused by falls, and while it’s true that accidents happen, there are ways to reduce your chances of suffering a nasty tumble. If you play sports, we can meticulously assess your balance, offering tips on how you can alter your stance or technique to ensure you’re less likely to fall over.
Hip muscle pain: Don’t let symptoms go untreated
It’s common for relatively minor hip pain symptoms to develop into something more serious.
If you are suffering from hip pain while running or your hip muscles are aching on a day-to-day basis, don’t suffer in silence. Summit Physio’s expert clinicians can assess the root cause of your discomfort, before drawing up a bespoke plan for you to follow.
Maybe you require regular physiotherapy to ease the strain on your hip muscles or perhaps you’re wearing poor quality footwear when running on a hard, unforgiving surface. Whatever is causing your problem, we at Summit will do our utmost to ensure that any niggling hip joint pain that you might have does not turn into something more serious.
For more information on our hip pain relief services, get in touch here.
What We Treat
All summit clinicians in treating a plethora of sports injury conditions some of which include:
AC joint dislocations
& Many More...