Our hip and groin pain clinic in Canary Wharf, East London and Orpington, Kent specialises in assessing and treating conditions affecting the hip and groin, including degenerative issues and problems caused by trauma to the area. If you’re looking for world-class care, book a consultation with a highly skilled physiotherapist at LycaHealth today by calling 0207 132 1440 (Canary Wharf) or 01689 490 111 (Orpington).
Some people who regularly take part in sports can experience hip problems or pain in the groin area. Hip and groin pain after running, especially, can occur due to a number of reasons, including inflammation, groin strain, alignment issues and arthritis, and should be checked as soon as possible. Sore hips or issues with the hip joint for a runner can cause severe discomfort and pain, making it almost impossible in some cases to continue with sports.
Hip and groin pain are often connected. We aim to find the cause and alleviate pain swiftly and thoroughly.
Causes of hip pain and groin pain include:
Your initial consultation will be with one of our physiotherapists who will assess and diagnose your injury, using diagnostic imaging if needed. You will then be referred on to the appropriate specialist, if necessary, for treatment and a bespoke rehabilitation plan.
Available at the following clinics
Open Mon – Fri 8am to 8pm
Open Mon – Fri: 8AM to 8PM
Sat: 9AM to 2PM
Hip and groin pain treatment may range from gentle exercises and stretches, to pain relief medication, to hip replacement surgery in the most extreme cases. If the pain is not severe and you are not in need of emergency care, then hip pain treatment will usually be non-invasive.
Please call our Canary Wharf reception team on 0207 132 1440 or our Orpington clinic on 01689 490 111 if you have any questions or would like to book an appointment.
Your initial consultation will be carried out by one of our highly skilled physiotherapists. They will conduct a thorough physical assessment, focusing on the hip and groin area, before referring you to a specialist for treatment. If a scan of any kind is needed these can be done on site.
Depending on your diagnosis, you will be referred to a specialist for treatment for your hip and groin pain. You may be asked to follow an exercise plan, undergo sessions of sports massage, prescribed medication or referred for surgery. This will all be discussed in depth with you before moving forward with your treatment plan.
At LycaHealth, our services are covered by all major medical insurance companies. You can also self-pay for treatment.
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