Hip Pain Massage in Waterford, MI

Hip Pain

Hip pain massage is important to promote healthy healing in an injured hip. The hip is used during walking, running, sitting, and squatting. All that strain placed on a very flexible joint means the hip is highly susceptible to injury.

Symptoms of Hip Pain

When the hips are improperly functioning, it affects the distribution of weight throughout the body. Therefore, injury to the hip can result in not only hip pain but also pain in the lower back and knees.

A loss of range of motion, muscle spasms, and a feeling of insatiability surrounding the joint are all signs that hip function has been compromised.


Hip pain is caused by a multitude of injuries from accidents, overuse, and the natural aging process.

In athletes, improper warm up and form are leading causes of hip pain. The repetitive stress placed on the joint from malpractice leads to muscle imbalances, weakness, and a decrease in range of motion. If not detected early these issues can become serious.

Osteoarthritis is the most common cause of hip pain. It occurs during the natural deterioration of cartilage within the hip resulting in discomfort and a decrease in range of motion.

All these conditions require treatment like hip pain massage to bring back normal function. Drs. Adam and Amanda Apfelblat will help bring you better health and a better way of life by assessing the cause of your hip pain and treating accordingly.

Hip Pain Massage

Hip Pain Massage

A specialist will first examine alignment issues caused by hip pain. After identifying trouble areas, they will apply massage and assign stretching and strengthening exercises to bring you relief.

Hip pain massage is extremely effective to treat discomfort in the hips and associated areas like the knees and lower back. Massage increases range of motion promotes blood flow and relaxes the muscles for a healthy healing process.

Hip pain massage helps your nervous system for improved wellness and a better quality of life.

It’s your life, live it in health, call us today to discuss treatment options and book your appointment.