About Hip Arthritis
Arthritis, most commonly osteoarthritis, can occur in the hip joints as we age. Osteoarthritis is caused by a variety of factors, including degeneration from aging, genetics, injuries and other health issues. Arthritis is inflammation in the joints that is combined with deterioration of the cartilage, ligaments and bone. Jumping, walking, running, sitting and standing all impact the hip joint. The weight of the upper body and continuous leg movement put stress on the large hip joints, causing wear and tear. Like all joints, arthritis can attack the hip joints, resulting in progressive pain and mobility problems.
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Symptoms of Hip Arthritis
In hip arthritis, symptoms can include localized hip pain when walking, standing or bending, stiffness in the hip joint, radiating pain into the legs and up into the buttocks, and limited range of motion. Hip arthritis symptoms are progressive as the joint deteriorates. Pain becomes chronic, and mobility continues to decline. The best option is starting hip arthritis treatment when symptoms begin to manage pain and slow the progression.
Treatment for Hip Arthritis
Arthritis does not have a cure, but there are treatments to slow the progression and manage symptoms. Our interventional specialists at Ospina Medical offer advanced hip arthritis treatments with Regenexx Regenerative Medicine procedures such as platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and bone marrow concentrate containing stem cells. These treatments can not only relieve pain, but also slow joint deterioration. Injection therapy and other treatments can manage pain and improve mobility.
If you have chronic hip pain caused by arthritis, come visit us at Ospina Medical. We provide innovative hip arthritis treatment at our clinic in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. Contact our office to schedule a consultation with one of our pain physicians to discuss treatment options to give you hip pain relief and improved quality of life utilizing the Regenexx platform.
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