Hip Pain Treatment

Chronic hip pain restricts your ability to walk. That means missing out on big events like family trips to amusement parks. We want to give you your social life back so you can say yes to the water rides and corn dogs again.

Helpful Information About Our Hip Pain Treatment

We want all of our patients to select the treatment that is right for them. We want to give you as much information beforehand so that you can make a decision that is right for you.
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Who Is The Hip Pain Treatment For?

Our Reset Injections are effective in people who experience hip and groin pain. Some symptoms include stiffness, limited hip movements, a feeling of catching or clicking, stiffness from walking long distances, upstairs, and standing for long periods of time, and or need a cane or walker to remove pressure from the hip. Before receiving Reset Injections, patients should be examined by an orthopedist, and no other treatment options are available or offered.

About Our Specialized Hip Pain Treatment

Reset Injections are a multi-step process that requires precision and accuracy. The most vital step involves identifying the hyperactive nerve endings responsible for your pain. This process takes patience, and attention to detail. Patients are awake during the whole procedure due to the minimally invasive process and the key to the treatment; patients guiding us towards their hyperactive nerve endings.

What Happens After The Procedure?

After the procedure, you may experience soreness at the injection site. Additionally, some patients experience pain relief immediately; for others, it can take up to two weeks for the effects of the treatment to set in. A follow-up appointment is scheduled for you two weeks after the initial procedure to evaluate the results of the Reset Injections, and if needed, additional injections are provided.

See What Our Patients Have To Say About Our Reset Injections

I felt instant relief the moment you gave me the new treatment. I left your office without pain walking better.
I have had hip pain from for about two years. We did a new treatment 3 months ago. I could feel the difference right away. I could feel the relief from pain in my groin. It doesn’t feel like a pulled muscle anymore.  The pain started coming back after two and a half months. During that time I could do more and rest better. I am now able to do my normal activities like shave my legs and lift my leg without pain.
I have had this low back and leg pain for at least 15 years. I have had back surgery with 2 or 3 vertebrae with hardware. Since the new treatment the pain has been better in my back and hip. It has been four months and the pain has not been as bad.

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  • What are the side effects of the Reset Treatment?

    So far we have not encountered any side effects. Like with any injection, there is always a risk of infection from the needle or allergic reaction to the medications.

  • How do Reset Injections work?

    At RESET Pain Center, we have discovered that hyperactive pain receptors cause pain. These hyperactive centers will vary per patient and by condition. Locating these hyperactive pain receptors is at the heart of our novel treatment. Once found, a series of injections will reset the activity of those pain receptors back to normal. As a result, our novel treatment decreases the pain almost instantaneously, with patients feeling significant relief by the time they leave RESET Pain Center.

  • Does the Reset Treatment hurt?

    The amount of discomfort from the Reset treatment is minimal. At the end of the treatment, most patients ask us, “that is it?”. It is much less than what is felt during nerve blocks.

  • What should I expect from my Reset Treatment?

    It is essential to understand that, realistically, the pain you are currently experiencing will not go away but will be significantly reduced, and your activity level will be much improved.

  • How long does it take for the Reset Treatment to improve my pain?

    97% of patients feel better and are experiencing much less pain before they leave the office.

  • How many Reset Treatments do I need for maximal benefit?

    In my experience, I found out that 2 Reset treatments 2 weeks apart allow for locating and treatment of the hyperactive receptors involved in the creation and maintenance of your pain. As a result, you will experience better and longer-lasting relief.

  • Do I have to take any special precautions after the Reset Treatment?

    No. You can go about your life as usual.

  • Can I be put to sleep for the Reset procedure?

    We need your input and feedback during the Reset procedure. Putting you to sleep will be counterproductive to the success of the procedure.

  • Does the Reset treatment help more than one area?

    No. the Reset treatment is focused on one body part at a time.

  • How long do the Reset treatment last?

    The improvement can last many months. Relief is always accompanied by the improvement of activities.

  • Do I have to rest after the Reset treatement?

    No .After the Reset treatment,you can go about your daily activities.

  • Where is the Reset injection done?

    Irritated pain receptor areas cause the pain. Therefore, the injection will be in the area of the hyperactive receptors in order to reset them to a normal level of activity.

    The Reset treatment is not in the spine or bone.

  • What is injected in the Reset treatment?

    It is an injection of a unique proprietary blend of medications designed for resetting the activities of the nerves involved in the transmission of pain back to normal levels. The potency of the medicine varies depending on the condition and pain levels being treated.

    NO STEROIDS OR NARCOTICS are used in the Reset treatment.

  • Do you accept insurance?

    Unfortunately, there is no insurance billing code for our treatments at this stage. Due to these circumstances, we cannot legally bill your insurance for this procedure.

Additional Information About Our Hip Pain Treatment

Results We Have Observed

89% of patients with hip pain treated with Reset Injections experience pain relief with an increased ability to perform daily activities. They are able to walk without a limp, without the sensation of clicking and catching in their bad hip. In addition, patients have reported they were able to stop using their cane or walker.

About The Treatment

Reset Injections are a multi-step process that requires precision and accuracy. The most vital step involves identifying the hyperactive nerve endings responsible for your pain. This process takes patience, grace, and attention to detail. Patients are awake during the whole procedure due to the minimally invasive process and the key to the treatment; patients guiding us towards their hyperactive nerve endings.

We measure the activity of the hyperactive nerve endings on a scale from 1 to 10. If the nerve endings are more hyperactive and near a ten, we use more and stronger medication. The medications injected vary with the severity of the pain and the disease causing the pain. However, we never use steroids or opioids in our injections.

Additionally, since we prioritize the comfort of our patients, we use the smallest needles available.

After the Reset Injections, patients recover for 10 to 20 minutes before they are discharged from the center.

Other Helpful Information About Hip Pain

Hip pain is discomfort and pain in the hip (which can be from your pants line to the start of the thigh) that can also be felt in the thigh and groin. Hip pain can affect your range of motion, making it challenging to walk where you may limp, or you may struggle to walk altogether. Mobility is crucial when diagnosing hip pain. If hip pain is caused by inflammation or strained tissues from overexerting yourself, this pain will most likely resolve itself in a matter of days. Most hip pain resolves on its own within two weeks. After two weeks, seeking medical attention and evaluating the area may be a good idea. Hip pain is a common ache people experience. More often, older adults will experience hip pain; roughly 14% of adults older than 65 years old experience hip pain regularly. Additionally, if an individual is overweight, they will have a greater chance of experiencing hip pain.

What Causes Hip Pain?

 

Arthritis

Osteoarthritis Osteoarthritis, also known as degenerative joint disease, is the condition where the flexible cushion-like cartilage located at the ends of your bones deteriorates and breaks down over time. This is the most common form of arthritis and slowly begins alongside the aging process. 80% of older adults show signs of arthritis, but not all of them show symptoms. When Osteoarthritis is the cause of hip pain, you can experience stiffness, decreased flexibility, tenderness, and swelling in the hip. In addition, it may be hard to bend down and get out of your seat. Rheumatoid Arthritis Rheumatoid Arthritis is an autoimmune disorder that causes the body to attack its own tissue and targets smaller joints first. As a result, Rheumatoid Arthritis causes painful inflammation that can cause bone deterioration and deformed joints. Rheumatoid Arthritis affects both sides of your body simultaneously, so if RA is the root of your hip pain, you will most likely be experiencing pain on both sides of your hips. Rheumatoid Arthritis can cause pain, swelling, and stiffness in your hips.

Injury

Tendonitis

Hip tendonitis is also called trochanteric bursitis. This condition causes painful swelling of a hip tendon. Hip tendonitis is more common in athletes and people who overuse their hips. The pain can worsen, and the condition can lead to restricted movement.

Hip Labral Tear

A hip labral tear is the injuring of the connective tissue between your femur (thighbone) and hipbone called the labrum. The tears can occur in the front or back of the joint and typically occur due to overuse, serious injuries, and deformities in the bone. A labral tear can cause hip pain, limited mobility, and produce clicking sounds when moving the joint. However, an individual can also have a labral tear and experience no pain at all.

Hernia

Inguinal and femoral hernias are when there is a rip or tear in the abdominal muscle wall that holds your organs in place, and an organ or tissue starts bulging through that opening. People with a hernia may feel swelling and pain in the groin, and upon laying down, the pain subsides. Additional symptoms are constipation, a burning and aching bulge, weakness and pressure in your pelvic region, and pain when lifting. Obesity, heavy lifting, and poor nutrition can increase the risk of weak muscles, and in return, you may be at an increased risk of a hernia.

Hip Fractures

A hip fracture is a break in the femur. Around 300,000 people fracture their hip annually, and most hip fractures occur in older adults and, more commonly, older women. It is a severe, potentially life-threatening injury that needs medical treatment. Hip fractures are typically caused by falling. When individuals have fractured their hip, they will most likely not be able to stand or walk and experience extreme pain. Besides lack of movement, an individual may experience bruising, one leg appearing shorter than the other, and pain in the buttocks and leg.

Avascular Necrosis

Avascular Necrosis is the death of bone tissue from blood supply deprivation. Individuals between 30 and 50 years old are more likely to develop Avascular Necrosis. This condition is typically present after a dislocated joint, broken bone, frequent use of alcohol, and steroids. It is very common to experience hip pain when you have Avascular Necrosis. The pain may be moderate or severe and can worsen over time.

Cancer

One possible cause of hip pain is hip cancer. This cancer can occur in the bone and create intense pain in the hip and joints. Pain is the most prevalent symptom of hip cancer. Other symptoms of hip cancer are nausea, night sweats, fevers, and feeling generally unwell. When a person’s hip cancer is causing them pain, they could have primary or secondary cancer.

Primary Cancer

When a person has primary bone cancer, their cancer originated in the bone. There are three common types of primary bone cancer: osteosarcoma, chondrosarcoma, and Ewing’s sarcoma.

Osteosarcoma

This type of bone cancer occurs when your bone cells produce unneeded new bone resulting in a tumor.

Chondrosarcoma

Chondrosarcoma is when bone cells multiply too quickly and keep growing, without cells dying at the rate they are expected to, resulting in a tumor’s formation. This cancer forms from cartilage cells which you will find at joints and the end of bones. Ewing’s sarcoma This is an extremely rare condition that typically presents itself in younger people. In Ewing’s sarcoma, cells begin to multiply quickly in the soft tissue near the bone, forming a tumor.

Secondary Cancer

Secondary cancer is a cancer that starts in another location in the body and spreads to the bone. For example, breast cancer may spread to any of the bones in the body, causing secondary cancer. When cancer spreads to another location in the body, like the bones, this is considered stage four cancer. There are two types of secondary bone cancer osteolytic and osteoblastic.

Osteolytic

Osteolytic cancer breaks down the bone and does not produce new bone.

Osteoblastic

Osteoblastic cancer produces new bone, creating abnormal bone structures that result in disfigured and fragile bone.

89% of Our Patients Feel Better From Our Hip Pain Treatment

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