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Understanding Hip & Leg Pain - DR-HO'S Official Website

Discover informative articles, helpful tips, and customer stories to help relieve your hip and leg pain.

Treatment For Hip Pain & Leg Pain


Hip and leg pain stems from a variety of causes. Whether the source of your pain is a product of your muscles, ligaments, tendons, or joints, you will need to find pain relief management to fulfill your daily routine. You are not alone when it comes to the radiating sensation of hip and leg pain.


Hip and leg pain are common complaints and originates from a variety of problems. The underlying cause is related to the muscles, ligaments, tendons, and other soft tissues surrounding the hip joint.


Leg pain and injuries are a result of the joints, bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, or other soft tissue.


Sciatica is radiating pain that branches from the lower back, through the hip and buttocks, and down each leg.


How to Get Rid of Hip Pain & Leg Pain

If hip or leg pain is a result of injury, then surgery and even a hip replacement could be necessary.


In many cases, pain relievers and hot and cold treatments provide appropriate relief, but when you experience intense pain, you should seek immediate medical attention.   



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Facts about Hip & Leg Pain

  • While many causes of hip pain can arise from the joint itself, there are numerous structures surrounding the hip that can also be the source of pain.


  • Trauma is the most common cause of hip pain.


  • Inflammation of the sciatic nerve as it arises from the spinal cord in the back can cause hip pain.


  • Leg pain from a compressed and inflamed nerve root is typically shooting and electric.

Reference 1 - Spine-Health.com

Reference 2 - eMedicineHealth.com