Physical therapist performing physical therapy for hip pain

Hip Pain - Therapy and Pain Relief Treatment

The hip is a complex structure that allows you to run, walk, and move around with ease. Unfortunately, there are a number of different injuries and conditions that cause hip pain. These include:

  • Arthritis
  • Sciatica
  • Hamstring strain
  • Iliotibial band syndrome
  • Trochanteric bursitis
  • Femoroacetabular impingement
  • Adductor strain (pulled groin)
  • Sacroiliac joint dysfunction

In many cases, hip pain is caused by damage to the hip joint or surrounding bone, muscles, ligaments, or tendons. Treating your condition early can prevent your condition from worsening and help you avoid the need for surgery.

High Line Rehab helps you determine the cause of your hip pain and the best options for reducing pain and restoring normal function.

The health and function of your hips are essential to your mobility and overall quality of life. If you experience chronic hip pain that hasn’t gone away with at-home care, you should schedule a consultation with us.


Early intervention is key to successful treatment. Our physical therapists offer accurate diagnoses and personalized solutions for you. Without proper treatment, your condition may worsen, resulting in more pain and decreased mobility. High Line Rehab has expertise in the complexities of hip movement and function. The practice works with you to develop the right treatment plan for effective pain relief and successful recovery.

Treatment for your hip pain depends on the underlying cause. We offer a number of safe and effective non-surgical treatments to help you get back to normal. During your consultation, your physical therapist performs an in-depth evaluation, checking your movement, range of motion, strength, and overall health. As a holistic practice, our physical therapists work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan based on your symptoms and health.

High Line Rehab offers manual therapy, an effective treatment used to manipulate your soft tissue and joints to reduce pain. Additionally, your physical therapist may also use therapeutic exercises to help you restore strength and prevent future pain.

To find the best treatment for your hip pain, call High Line Rehab or book an appointment online today.