Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome Relief
Greater trochanteric pain syndrome is a common musculoskeletal condition that affects the side of the hip. Whether it’s an injury from work, playing sports or just getting older, CARESPACE Health+Wellness can help.
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Read About Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome
Read the CARESPACE articles below to learn more about greater trochanteric pain syndrome.
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Good news – if you’re looking for greater trochanteric pain syndrome treatment near you and are in the Kitchener Waterloo area, there’s a CARESPACE multidisciplinary clinic less than 10-minutes away (book by selecting a discipline below). And even better, our evidence-based team is driven to get the results you want so you can be your best.
There are many causes of greater trochanteric pain syndrome
The primary cause of greater trochanteric pain syndrome is related to activities that put excess pressure on the tendons and muscles located near the hip joint, such as running, squatting and climbing stairs. In addition to these types of stress-inducing activities, other causes of greater trochanteric pain syndrome may include medical conditions such as arthritis, prior hip surgery or having tight muscles throughout the body. Fortunately, chiropractic care with associated physiotherapy and massage therapy can be very successful in treating this condition by helping to reduce the symptoms which can provide important musculoskeletal support.
Get the best treatment to help your greater trochanteric pain syndrome
We all know that health and wellness is important, but with so many competing priorities, it’s hard to stay on top of it. CARESPACE provides the best treatment options to help heal your greater trochanteric pain syndrome quickly. CARESPACE uses a result-oriented, natural approach to rehabilitation and wellness with your choice of Chiropractic, Massage Therapy and Physiotherapy. CARESPACE practitioners work together to understand both your primary concerns and long-term health goals. Multidisciplinary evidence-based plans are designed to address the root causes and are developed to provide fast and long-lasting relief to ensure you can start living your healthier life today.
What is greater trochanteric pain syndrome?
Greater trochanteric pain syndrome (GTPS) is a type of hip joint disorder. It usually occurs due to inflammation or bursitis of the greater trochanter region, which are two bony points on the outer side of the hip. GTPS can cause stabbing, burning and sharp pain in the affected area when moving and is typically worse after exercise. In addition, it can also cause swelling, stiffness, restricted movement and tenderness along with pain in various parts of the hips as well as sensory changes such as numbness.
What are the symptoms of greater trochanteric pain syndrome?
The primary symptom of greater trochanteric pain syndrome is pain that increases when pressure is placed on the affected area, such as during activities like standing up from a seated position or climbing stairs. Other associated symptoms may include tenderness and swelling around the greater trochanter, which is an area located on the outer side of your upper femur bone. Pain may be exacerbated by activities like sleeping on your side for long periods of time or running on hard surfaces.
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Chiropractic, Massage Therapy and Physiotherapy can all be effective for your greater trochanteric pain syndrome. Choose any one of the above. Once the initial assessment has been completed, you will be directed to the discipline and practitioner who will be able to deliver the best results.
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