Hip and groin pain can be triggered by a variety of issues, and can often be misleading. For example, you may experience discomfort in your hip, but the real issue may be weak connective tissue around the joint. To determine the underlying cause and treat it effectively, you want to identify the exact location of your discomfort.
Pain on the interior hip area indicates a problem with the hip joint itself, which is located on the inside of your thigh—where the pelvis meets the femur. Discomfort in the upper thigh, outer buttock, or side of your hip may signify damaged muscles, tendons, and ligaments surrounding your hip joint.
When your doctor pinpoints the source of your pain, he or she can directly treat it—minimizing discomfort, increasing mobility, and restoring function.
Stem Cell Therapy: A Long-Term Solution
Whether you experience hip and groin pain as a result of a traumatic injury or degenerative condition, stem cell therapy supports natural healing. As your body regenerates damaged tissue, your pain will begin to fade and you’ll notice an increase in mobility—in as little as six to eight weeks.
Stem cell therapy is a minimally invasive treatment, often performed as an alternative to hip surgery. The treatment is extremely effective for sports injuries and chronic conditions such as arthritis and osteoarthritis.
Want to know how it works? In a session of about 15 minutes, we use stem cells from your blood, bone marrow, or fat tissue to encourage natural healing. The treatment is an outpatient procedure, so you’ll be able to return to your day immediately after the session.
If you’d like to learn more about how to improve your hip joint and groin pain with stem cell therapy, please click here or call us at (201) 288-7246.