Hip Pain After a Work Injury

Work Injury Chiropractic

Are you struggling with hip pain after a work injury? ProCare Chiropractic Center offers specialized chiropractic care to help alleviate your discomfort. Our experienced chiropractors understand the impact that a work injury can have on your daily life. We provide personalized care to target the root cause of your hip pain and promote healing.

According to a peer-reviewed study published in the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine, chiropractic care was found to be more effective than medication in reducing hip pain for patients. [1]

With our chiropractic care for hip pain, you can regain mobility and focus on returning to your normal routine without limitations. Contact ProCare Chiropractic Center today to schedule your consultation and start your journey toward relief.

Work Injury Chiropractic

Benefits of Chiropractic Care for Hip Pain

With its focus on spinal alignment and overall body wellness, chiropractic care offers numerous benefits for those suffering from hip pain, including:

Drug-Free Pain Relief:
ProCare Chiropractic Center care focuses on addressing the root cause of hip pain, rather than just masking symptoms with medication. By realigning the spine and pelvis, we can help reduce inflammation and pain in the hip joint without the need for prescription drugs.
Holistic Approach:
Our chiropractors take a holistic approach to healing, considering the interconnectedness of the body's systems and the impact that spinal misalignments can have on overall health. By addressing not only the symptoms of hip pain but also underlying structural issues, chiropractic care can promote whole-body wellness and improve overall quality of life.
Improved Mobility:
Adjustments can help restore proper alignment and function to the hip joint, improving range of motion and mobility. By addressing underlying issues that may be causing pain and stiffness, chiropractic care can help you move more freely and comfortably throughout your daily activities.
Non-invasive Treatment:
One of the primary benefits of our chiropractic care for hip pain is that it offers a non-invasive treatment option. Unlike surgery or medications, which may come with risks and side effects, chiropractic adjustments are gentle and natural, allowing the body to heal itself without invasive procedures.
Personalized Treatment Plans:
Our chiropractors at ProCare Chiropractic Center will tailor your treatment plan to your individual needs, taking into account your specific injury, level of pain, and overall health. This personalized approach ensures that you receive the most effective care for your hip pain.
Preventative Care:
Chiropractic care not only treats current hip pain, but it can also prevent future injuries by addressing musculoskeletal imbalances and promoting proper alignment. Regular chiropractic adjustments can help maintain optimal joint health and reduce the risk of recurring hip pain.

If you are suffering from hip pain after a work injury, consider seeking chiropractic care at ProCare Chiropractic Center. Our experienced team of chiropractors can provide non-invasive, drug-free treatment options tailored to your specific needs.

Types of Hip Pain After a Work Injury

Hip pain after a work injury can present in various ways, depending on the nature and severity of the injury. Some common types of hip pain that individuals may experience after a work-related incident include:

Bursitis occurs when the bursae, small fluid-filled sacs that cushion the hip joint, become inflamed. This can result in pain, swelling, and tenderness in the hip area.
Hip Fracture:
A hip fracture is a serious injury that can result in severe pain, swelling, bruising, and difficulty bearing weight on the affected leg. This type of injury typically requires immediate medical attention.
Labral Tear:
A labral tear is a tear in the cartilage surrounding the hip socket, which can cause sharp or aching pain, clicking or locking sensations, and decreased range of motion.
Muscle Strain:
A muscle strain in the hip area can cause sharp or dull pain, stiffness, and limited range of motion. This type of injury is often caused by overexertion or sudden movements at work.

Don’t let it hold you back from living your best life. Get the relief you deserve at ProCare Chiropractic Center. Our experienced team of chiropractors specializes in treating various types of hip pain caused by work injuries. 

Types of Hip Pain After a Work Injury
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Chiropractic Treatment Options for Hip Pain

Chiropractic care offers a non-invasive, drug-free approach to treating hip pain caused by work injuries. Our chiropractors at ProCare Chiropractic Center use a variety of techniques to alleviate discomfort, restore mobility, and promote healing in the hip joint. Some of the common chiropractic treatment options for hip pain include:

In some cases, chiropractors may use electrical stimulation from a TENS unit to reduce pain and inflammation in the hip joint. This therapy can help accelerate the healing process and improve overall function.
Nutritional Counseling:
A healthy diet rich in anti-inflammatory foods can support the body's healing process and reduce inflammation in the hip joint. Our chiropractors may offer nutritional counseling to help patients make beneficial dietary choices.
Posture Correction:
Poor posture can contribute to hip pain by placing undue stress on the joints and muscles. We can provide guidance on proper posture techniques to alleviate hip pain and prevent future issues.
Soft Tissue Therapy:
We may also utilize soft tissue therapy techniques such as massage, myofascial release, or trigger point therapy to reduce muscle tension and promote blood flow to the hip area. These techniques can help alleviate pain, improve flexibility, and enhance overall mobility.
Spinal Adjustments:
Spinal adjustments are a key component of chiropractic care and involve manual manipulation of the spine to realign the vertebrae. By correcting spinal misalignments, we relieve pressure on the nerves that may be contributing to hip pain.
Therapeutic Exercises:
Our chiropractors may prescribe specific exercises to strengthen the muscles surrounding the hip joint and improve stability. These exercises can help prevent future injuries and support long-term healing.

Work-Related Injuries that Cause Hip Pain

Work-related injuries can lead to debilitating hip pain, affecting your ability to perform their job duties effectively. Here, we will discuss a few common work-related injuries that can cause hip pain, along with their causes and associated symptoms.

Slipping, tripping, or falling on a hard surface can result in hip injuries. These falls can occur due to wet or slippery floors, uneven surfaces, or inadequate lighting. Symptoms may include a sharp or dull pain in the hip, difficulty walking or standing, swelling, and bruising around the hip joint.
When employees perform heavy lifting, pushing, or pulling tasks without proper techniques or equipment, it can strain the hip joint and surrounding muscles. Symptoms may include acute pain in the hip, muscle spasms, swelling, and reduced flexibility.
Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSIs):
Certain professions that involve repetitive motions or prolonged sitting or standing can lead to RSIs. Workers such as assembly line workers, healthcare professionals, or office workers are especially prone to hip-related RSIs. Symptoms may include a deep ache or dull pain in the hip area, stiffness, and limited range of motion.
Vehicle Accidents:
Workers who operate vehicles as part of their jobs are at risk of hip injuries in case of an accident. Impact from a collision can cause fractures, dislocations, or soft tissue injuries. Symptoms may range from mild to severe pain, inability to bear weight on the affected leg, and noticeable swelling or deformity.

ProCare Chiropractic Center can be an effective option for managing hip pain after a work injury. Our chiropractors can address misalignments in the spine and pelvis that may be contributing to your discomfort.

Work-Related Injuries that Cause Hip Pain

Contact Our Experienced Chiropractors Today 

If you are suffering from hip pain after a work-related injury, don’t wait to seek treatment. Our experienced chiropractors at ProCare Chiropractic Center specialize in treating musculoskeletal injuries and can help alleviate your pain and improve your mobility.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment for a comprehensive evaluation of your condition.

Our team will create a personalized treatment plan to address your specific needs and help you recover from your work-related hip injury. Don’t let hip pain affect your quality of life – let us help you get back on the road to recovery.


[1] Descatha, A., Dale, A. M., Jaegers, L., & Evanoff, B. (2014, November 1). Do Symptoms and Physical Examination Findings Predict Elbow Pain and Functional Outcomes in a Working Population? Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. https://doi.org/10.1097/jom.0000000000000293