Hip & Pelvic Pain
The hip joint acts as a “ball and socket” joint where the round head of the femur (thigh bone) fits into the acetabulum (cup- shaped socket in the pelvis). The position of the pelvis can have a significant impact on multiple muscle groups and joints. Taylor Creek physical therapists are clinically trained to address pelvic pain and all related conditions.
While treating patients for any of the conditions listed below, the physical therapists at Taylor Creek will evaluate your body as a whole, using the study of biomechanics to determine the root causes of your symptoms. The position of the pelvis affects the body's mechanics from head to foot.
Common disorders and diagnosis of the hip and pelvis may include:
- Sacroiliac joint (SI) pain
- Piriformis syndrome
- Snapping hip
- Groin pain
- Total hip replacement
- Hip or pelvic pain with pregnancy
- Stress fractures
- Hip Impingement
- Congenital subluxation of the hip
- Iliotibial (IT) band disorder
- Trochanteric bursitis
- Coccydynia or Tailbone pain