Are you suffering from hip or groin pain that's affecting your daily life? Our dedicated hip and groin Pain Clinic is here to help you find relief.
Hip and groin pain can be common among athletes or those who participate regularly in sports. Whether you’re experiencing pain after running or dealing with discomfort in the hip joint, our clinic aims to identify the cause and provide effective pain relief.
Causes of hip and groin pain may include:
During your initial consultation, one of our consultants will assess and diagnose your injury. If necessary, diagnostic imaging will be used to aid in the diagnosis. Based on the assessment, you may be referred to a physiotherapist for further treatment and a personalised rehabilitation plan. Our range of physiotherapy treatments can include gentle exercises, stretches, pain relief medication, or, in severe cases, hip replacement surgery.
If you have any questions or would like to book an appointment, please contact the LycaHealth Orpington clinic at 01689 490 111.
A hip and groin clinic is a specialised medical facility or department that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of conditions and injuries related to the hip and groin regions.
Hip and groin clinics commonly treat a range of conditions, including hip arthritis, labral tears, hip impingement, groin strains, sports-related injuries, and hip joint disorders.
Individuals experiencing persistent hip or groin pain, athletes with sports-related injuries in these areas, and anyone seeking expert evaluation and treatment for hip and groin issues should consider visiting such a clinic.
You can make an appointment by contacting us on 01689 490 111 directly or obtaining a referral from your GP consultant.
During your initial visit, we will conduct a thorough examination, review your medical history, and may recommend imaging tests such as X-rays or MRIs to diagnose your condition.
Yes, hip and groin clinics offer a range of non-surgical treatments, including physical therapy, medication, injections, and lifestyle modifications to manage pain and improve function.
Surgery may be recommended when conservative treatments are ineffective or when surgical intervention is the best option for conditions like severe arthritis, hip labral tears, or sports injuries that require surgical repair.
The recovery process depends on the type of surgery performed. Rehabilitation, physiotherapy, and post-operative care are typically involved, and recovery times can vary widely.
Yes, these clinics often offer services for individuals looking to optimise their hip and groin health, such as preventive exercises, performance improvement strategies, and advice on injury prevention.
In many cases, a referral from a primary care physician is not necessary to visit a specialist at a hip and groin clinic. However, it’s advisable to check with the clinic’s policies and your insurance provider for specific requirements.
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