Hip joint pain refers to pain felt in the area around the hip joint extending to the groin and thigh. This pain is usually a result of inflamed tendons caused by over use injuries. This pain can be severe but generally goes away after a few days. Long-term hip joint pain is caused by arthritis in most cases. About 20% of Americans will exhibit hip arthritis symptoms, usually in the form of pain, stiffness, or difficulty walking. Hip joint pain can also be caused by hip fractures, osteonecrosis, snapping hip syndrome, or bursitis.
Using advanced imaging guidance, our team will introduce a high concentration of stem cells into the exact area where damage is found. Doing so greatly enhances the natural repair process of damaged tendons, ligaments, and joints in the hip.
Schedule a consultation with Dr. Michael Gray and his team of medical experts to get started on your journey to a complete hip and joint recovery. Our medical staff is waiting to help you live a more active, pain free life.