Hip Pain

If you’re plagued by chronic hip pain, you’re certainly not alone. An estimated 10% to 25% of the general population suffers from a type called greater trochanteric pain syndrome, or GTPS. Now new research suggests that dry needling—a technique that uses thin needles to stimulate muscle tissue—may work as well as steroid injections for treating GTPS, without the side effects and potential long-term risks.

Evidence indicates that greater trochanteric pain syndrome, chronic pain and tendernesson the outside of the hip, can be treated effectively with physical therapy, and specifically with dryneedling to this area. Dry needling is as effective as cortisone injection in reducing pain and improving movementproblems caused by this condition.

Common Symptoms

  • Limping
  • Joint Pain
  • Groin Pain
  • Loss of Motion of the Hip

  • Warmth
  • Swelling Over the Hip
  • Tenderness of the Hip
  • Difficulty Sleeping on the Hip

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