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Hip Pain Treatment FAQ

If you're suffering from hip pain, chiropractic care could be a good solution. Unlike traditional medicine, chiropractic care doesn't rely on surgery and pain killers. Instead, your treatment sessions will consist of a series of gentle motions from the chiropractor. It is common for patients, especially those who have never seen a chiropractor before, to have a lot of questions about their treatment. Following are the answers to several questions we frequently receive regarding hip pain treatment. 

How does fixing my back help my hip? 

The nerves in your hip are connected to the nerves in your spine. The same is true for the muscles and bones. When the spine is out of alignment, it can cause the muscles in your hip to move to compensate. Those place muscles put pressure on the nerves in your hip, sending pain signals to the brain. By realigning everything, the pressure stops, and the pain stops.

Does chiropractic care hurt? 

No. Most of our patients report that all they feel is pressure, or like our chiropractor is pushing on them. If something hurts, let your chiropractor know so that they can use alternate methods to help relieve the pain without putting pressure on an unwanted area.

How long does it take? 

Individual sessions will usually take about 15 to 30 minutes. Depending on the level of pain, you may need to schedule sessions for several weeks or several months. Fortunately, symptoms will usually start to improve after the first session.

Schedule an Appointment with Our Chiropractor for Hip Pain Treatment 

If you live in the Novato, Marin County, or Sonoma County area and you are experiencing hip or joint pain, give our office a call. We specialize in regenerative medicine and can get a pain relief plan started for you right away. Call us today at (415) 234-4225 for more information or to schedule an appointment with our chiropractor.

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