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Post-Surgical Hip Treatment/Post-Surgical Hip Syndrome

Post-surgical hip pain and stiffness is normal and should decrease slowly over a reasonable period of time. However, in some cases pain and stiffness do not decrease, or the condition does not improve or worsens with physical therapy.

More often than not, the surgical procedure or the physical therapy program was not culprit, but the presence of pre- or post-surgical scarring or adhesions located in the fascia, ligaments, muscles, or tendons are to blame.


Our Approach

Unfortunately, surgery or physical therapy programs may not address the underlying soft tissue problems, sabotaging the success of surgery. When a patient is dissatisfied with surgical results they may be told that there is nothing that can be done. Continued exercise and stretching often make the problem worse, and the last stop is the pain specialist for pills and injections.

We specialize in the treatment of the post-surgical syndrome of the hip and work side-by-side with some of the best surgeons in the country.


When surgery is declared successful but the patient is having a hard time getting better with physical therapy, their surgeon send them for our specialized work in dealing with the soft tissue components essential to optimal results.

As these procedures are performed, the pain and stiffness reduces and a return to exercise and rehab yields great progress.
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