At Australian Sports Physiotherapy, our experienced physiotherapists have years of hands-on experience in the diagnosis and management of hip and groin pain.
Being the largest joint of the human body, the hip joint is not only designed for stability and weight bearing; but a large range of movement. However, injuries to the hip and groin are quite common and sometimes difficult to assess due to the numerous structures involved.
Hip physiotherapy can help get you back on track by providing you with an in depth examination and physical assessment, evidence led treatments and outcome based management plans for your irritable hip.
Hip pain can be caused by everything from muscle injuries to inflammatory diseases. However, gentle hip exercises can often help reduce pain and improve mobility.
Femoral Acetabular Impingement Syndrome (FAIs)
Acetabular labral tears
Ligamentum Teres tear
Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome (GTPs)
Gluteus medius / minimus tendon tears
ITB friction syndrome
Hip Flexor pain
Abductor muscle injuries
Hip Physiotherapy Services
When should I see a physiotherapist for hip pain?
Pain in or around your hip can arise for various reasons including overuse injuries, traumatic events or even insidiously without you realising.
It is important to see a physio after a traumatic injury such as a sports injury or accident, if your discomfort becomes continuous over a few days, limits your physical function/work or wakes you up at night.
At Australian Sports Physiotherapy, we believe that a single step forward in the right direction can make all the difference in enhancing your quality of life.
One step further
Whether it’s weekly, fortnightly or monthly visits, restoring your physical health and mobility is our number one priority. Our physiotherapists are committed to providing the highest quality treatments that help you live without the restriction of your hip and groin pain or injury.