Pain Area


Many different conditions can be successfully treated by physiotherapy. Please click on the diagram below for information on common conditions we treat and how physical therapy can help you.

  • Hip Pain And Thigh Pain
  • Osteoarthritis Of Hip
  • Hip Replacement Surgery
  • Piriformis Syndrome
  • Hip Sprain And Strain
  • Trochanteric Bursitis

Hip is one of the most important joint, it has a large range of motion while bearing the weight of the body and providing stability. When the range of motion decreases, it causes abnormal pressure over surrounding musculature, ligaments and tendons.

Generally hip pain can be felt in the groin region, outer hip and deep in the buttocks area.

Causes of hip pain also may include normal wear and tear, arthritic changes, poor posture.

A healthy hip is also necessary for our spine health. When movements of the hip reduce, it creates excessive pressure on spine during walking, bending and squatting activity.

How physiotherapy treatment helps -

For a hip pain case, first I’ll perform a thorough assessment of hip movement, muscle strength, joint mobility, posture and gait pattern to determine the source of pain and instability. Once sure about the exact cause and location of pain, then create a suitable and most effective treatment plan to give you quick relief and get back your active life very fast.

Procedures of physiotherapy treatment may include -

  • Most recent Mackenzie technique of exercises.
  • Advanced class four laser therapy to reduce pain and inflammation if needed.
  • Advanced electrotherapy.
  • Dry needling therapy can be used to reduce muscle tightness and increase muscle mobility.
  • Guided flexibility and mobilisation technique.
  • Strengthening exercises for weak muscles.

Know more about these advanced physiotherapy techniques, contact me on 8585896151 through phone or come to clinic directly.

Osteoarthritis of the hip causes stiff and painful hip joint while walking, sitting, standing, squatting and bending.

In this condition, erosion of the cartilage happens in the hip joint due to the normal wear and tear over the years. As a result of this, the joint space between the bones decreases and the bone rubbing on other bone during weight bearing and other movements. Osteoarthritis also occurs when inflammation and injury to the hip joint results in breaking down of cartilage tissues.

Symptoms of osteoarthritis generally includes pain, stiffness, swelling and deformity of the joint.

How physiotherapy treatment helps -

When osteoarthritis is diagnosed early, physiotherapy is the best option to get relief from painful condition. The pain associated with osteoarthritis of the hip comes from inflammation in and around the joint. Tight muscles, tendons, ligaments and soft tissues limit the joint range of motion.

As an expert musculoskeletal physiotherapist first, I do a thorough evaluation of the mechanics of joint, gait pattern, movement pattern, joint mobility, muscle strength and tightness. After determining the particular area which needs more attention and source of pain, I make a customized treatment plan to quickly relieve your pain and gain normal activities.

The physiotherapy management procedures may include -

  • McKenzie technique of exercises.
  • Most advanced class for laser therapy to reduce inflammation very quickly.
  • Advanced electrotherapy to reduce pain if needed.
  • Mobility and strengthening exercises
  • Educate peasant about do's and Don’ts to prevent further erosion of cartilage.

Don’t weight with your pain, Call me on 8585896151 today or come to the clinic to know more about your condition and get quick relief.

In a total hip replacement surgery, the socket of the hip joint and head of the femur bone are replaced. With a partial hip replacement surgery, either the head of the femur or socket of the hip is replaced.Replacement surgery might be an option if hip pain interferes with your daily activities. Artificial joint after surgery helps to reduce pain and improve function.

Excessive degenerations and deformities of bony structure due to osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis is the common reasons of replacement surgery.

How physiotherapy treatment helps-

After discharge from hospital, patient is advised to start home rehabilitation programme. To make a proper rehabilitation protocol I work in conjunction with your physician. First, I evaluate the present condition of pain, swelling, inflammation. Then guide the patient how to take care of the surgical area. The total rehabilitation procedure is planned step by step as per patient’s condition and age.

The rehabilitation protocol may include –

  • Range of motion exercises as per protocol.
  • Strengthening exercises of the affected muscles due to surgery.
  • Gait training from supported to unsupported.
  • Balancing exercises.
  • Educate the patient about lifestyle modification for post surgical period.

After a proper rehabilitation programme, people will get guaranteed normal pain free activities in their daily life.

For a perfect post surgical rehabilitation, contact me on 8585896151 for home visit or come to the clinic with your prescription or discharge certificate.

Piriformes muscle is located deep in the buttocks. When this muscle presses on the sciatic nerve due to any injury, swelling, muscle spasm or scar tissue in the piriformes muscle, pain and numbness occurs in the buttocks and down the leg. This pain increases during walking, running, climbing stairs or after sitting for a long time.

How physiotherapy treatment helps -

Physiotherapy is a very important option to treat this condition. First, patient will be assessed very carefully with such symptoms. I evaluate the hip range of motion, muscle function, joint bio-mechanics, walking pattern and posture to determine the exact cause and source of the pain. Then plan for an effective treatment approach that will help you to restore your normal function as soon as possible.

Treatment procedures may include -

  • Specialised hands on technique to restore normal range and relieve compression on sciatic nerve.
  • Some specific exercises to relieve symptoms quickly.
  • Strengthening exercises to regain normal activity end to prevent further such condition.

When a muscle or ligament that supports the hip is overstretched during any hyper movement or injury and torn partially is called strain or sprain. Strain occurs in muscle and sprain occurs in ligaments. Symptoms begins as swelling and inflammation, pain and restriction of movement in severe cases.

There are different levels of sprain and strain from mild to severe. In some cases, tear can be complete and need surgical intervention.

How physiotherapy treatment helps –

The first line of treatment should be resting the joint, icing the injured area and elevation of limb. With severe limitations in movement, you should visit for a physiotherapy treatment.

As an expert, I will first evaluate the joint range of motion, Pain severity, site of swelling and extent of injury. Then plan for a customized treatment procedures to restore normal movement as soon as possible.

Physiotherapy procedures may include-

  • Most advanced modalities to decrease inflammation and pain thus swelling.
  • Increase joint range of motion after inflammation subsides.
  • Strengthening exercises of hip musculature.

A Bursa is fluid filled SAC that sits between muscles or tissues as cushion and prevent friction in between them. In the hip joint, there is a rather large bursa on the outside area that is trochanter. When this bursa gets inflamed due to any abnormal joint movement, over use of joint , any injury, or weakness of surrounding muscle groups, then it is called trochanteric Bursitis.

In this condition, a common type of chronic hip pain occurs that may extend from outer area of hip to the knee along the thigh. This pain may get worsen with activities like standing, walking, running or stair climbing.

How physiotherapy treatment helps-

Physiotherapy is the first line of treatment in trochanteric bursitis. As an expert, first , I evaluate the pain severity, swelling, movement pattern of heap, walking pattern, muscle strength and joint range of motion. Then we prepare a best suited customized treatment plan which help you to get back your normal life very quickly.

The physiotherapy procedures may involves –

  • Use of advanced modalities to decrease inflammation and pain.
  • Use of most advanced class for laser therapy to reduce inflammation more quickly.
  • Some specialised hands on techniques to improve joint range of motion and mechanics.
  • Strengthening exercises for the weak musculature surrounding the hip joint.

For proper guidance and management of your condition contact me on 8585896151 or come to the clinic and get back your normal life very quickly.