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Why Is My Hip Pain Wrecking My Life??

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Hip pain really can get in the way of living life…It can cause you to limp or walk up and down the stairs abnormally.   Hip pain can make it very difficult for you to sit and sometimes even affect your ability to sleep without waking due to pain.  What’s worse, hip pain leads your body to compensate which causes your muscles and other body parts like your back, knees and feet to work differently than they are supposed to – this can lead to pain in these areas as well.  So Yes, Hip Pain CAN wreck your life..  But, thankfully the pain can be resolved and the root cause of the hip pain corrected so you can get back to living life and doing the things you need want and love to do!


So, how do you make this happen?  Well, there are many reasons why hip pain occurs.  Hip pain can actually be radiating there from a pinched nerve in your lower back.  You could have a leg length discrepancy which means that one leg is longer than the other which can lead to weakness, pain and tightness in the hips.  Tightness of the tissues where the ball of the joint connects to the socket of the hip joint can cause pain in the hip as well.  Also, a fall, slip or injury to the hip and damage a tissue called the labrum that connects the ball of the hip to the socket.  This makes the hip joint unstable causing pain, weakness and instability.  Lastly, arthritis in the hip joint can also cause pain weakness and limping.


So… as you can see, there are many things that can cause hip pain… What you need is an expert Physical Therapist who can listen to the history of your hip problems, check your joint, ligaments, flexibility and strength, and then tell you the root cause of your problem and what they can do to resolve it for you to get you back to living life and doing what you need want and love to do!


Here’s what to do next so you can find the exact cause of your back pain, fix it and get back to living life!  Pick the best option for you!


  1. Call our office at 717-245-0400 to schedule a FREE Phone Consultation with me so we can discuss your situation to see what’s best for you.
  2. Call our office at 717-245-0400 to schedule your One on One Private Free Screen so that we can listen to the issues you are having and tell you how to best resolve them
  3. If you don’t feel comfortable coming to the clinic right now due to Covid-19, Call us and we will set up a one on one Virtual Physical Therapy appointment with one of our experts ( FREE face to face video chat)

Call 717-245-0400 to schedule a One on One FREE SCREEN with one of our experts so that they can listen to the issues you are having and tell you how they can best help you.

Call 717-245-0400 to schedule a Free Phone Consultation with one of our Low Back experts if you prefer to chat on the phone vs. face to face so we can listen to the issues you are having and tell you the next best step.

Email me at smiller@cardinmillerpt.com if you would rather connect that way first to ask me some questions and chat with me about your back issues so I can make recommendations about what to do next.


Steve Miller

Steve Miller

Steve has been practicing Outpatient, Orthopedic Physical Therapy in the Central Pennsylvania region since 1994. His academic history includes undergraduate work at Central Pennsylvania College and Lock Haven University, graduate studies at the University of Findlay, and pedorthic certification from Temple University. By combining his education and years of experience, Steve has been able to provide individual physical therapy and pedorthic services to his patients for over 15 years. Steve has been to more that 20 continuing education courses during that span, with the focus being on orthopedics, pedorthic implementation, and foot/ankle injuries. He utilizes a combination of McKenzie, manual therapies, and functional exercise in the treatment of clients with all types orthopedic maladies.
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