Hip pain

When your hips hurt, you quickly learn that mobility is only one problem. Your hips are really large joints that play a significant part in your capacity to move through the world. Hip pain can also make it difficult to sit or sleep, making the pain a continuous companion.

Hip Pain Help: Consultant Physical Therapist

If you're experiencing hip discomfort, Prof. Hafiz Muhammad Asim, consultant physical therapist at IMC Physical Therapy has a lot of experience assisting patients to find relief. While minimising your pain right now is our main priority, our physical therapy also aims to prepare you for long-term comfort.

Your hips are big joints, and your activities like moving, sitting, or even just standing puts a lot of strain on them.

Risk factors of Elbow pain

Common causes of hip pain

  • Arthritis

  • Fracture of hip

  • labral damage

  • strained nerves

  • dysplastic hips

  • Sprains

  • Osteoporosis

The most common type of arthritis, osteoarthritis, most frequently affects major joints like the knees and hips. Arthritis is at the top of the list because it affects one in four persons in the United States.

Your initial actions toward relief

Our Consultant Physical Therapist can be extremely helpful in restoring pain-free movement while you work with your primary care physician or orthopedist to address the underlying issue.

We assess your hip discomfort when you first arrive to determine the most effective treatment. Physical therapy goes well beyond the simple focused exercises that many people assume it to be.

  • In order to provide relief and improve blood flow to the injured tissues

  • In order to minimise swelling and promote healing,

we first take into account the intensity of your pain. We next employ treatments like massage and hot and cold therapies.

Strengthening the musculature

  • We focus on strengthening the surrounding tissues during the specific stretches and exercises to relieve strain.

  • We also put a lot of emphasis on balance exercises and stretching so that you can maintain your hip range of motion and stay balanced on your feet even when you have a troublesome hip.

  • We also tailor these exercises to your specific requirements and objectives. We work toward your objectives, whether they are more functional—like climbing stairs or getting in and out of chairs—or lifestyle—like returning to the golf course or running track.

  • To put it another way, our initial approach to treating hip pain include assisting you in taking more robust actions that will benefit you in the long run.

Exercises for hip pain relief at home

Your consultant physical therapist's plan of care for elbow pain can have benefits beyond pain alleviation, including but not restricted to:

  • Improved efficiency

  • Improved mobility

  • Decreased inflammation

  • Increased mobility and flexibility

  • Enhancement of tissue stability and extensibility

Depending on the severity of the condition, individuals undergoing physical therapy might anticipate their recovery taking between weeks and months.

Exercises for Elbow Pain

Leg raises

Lie face down, but if it makes you more comfortable, you might wish to move your head to one side. While keeping your hips level on the floor, contract your stomach and buttock muscles to lift one leg off the floor just a little bit. Hold this posture for five to ten seconds, repeat three times.


With your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor or bed, lie on your back. Raising your lower back and pelvis off the ground. Hold the posture for five seconds before lowering yourself gradually.

Heel slide

Lay down on your back. Your knee should go closer your chest as you bend your leg. Reposition your heel, then slowly straighten your knee.

Hip flexion

March on the spot while holding onto a work table, alternatively bringing your knees up to your chest. You shouldn't lift your knee above hip level, according to your physiotherapist's advice.


For stability, cling to a chair or work desk. Squat till your big toe is directly over your kneecap. You shouldn't put your knees in front of your toes. Achieve your normal standing stance once more.

Repeat two more times until you are at your limit, then take a minute to relax. Try to squat a little bit deeper as you get better, but limit your knees from bending any more than a straight angle.

Schedule your appointment now

If you want to get rid of your hip pain and want complete evaluation, book your appointment now to our Consultant Physical Therapist Prof. Dr. Hafiz Muhammad Asim and avail remarkable consultation services.