Hip Conditions & Treatment
The hip joint is a ball-and-socket arrangement that allows a free rotation of the limb in a wide range of directions. The head of the femur rests in a the acetabulum (socket) in the hip bone.
This arrangement forms a ball-and-socket joint, which provides great strength and allows a wide range of movement.
The hips are part of the pelvic girdle, a bowl-shaped complex of bones that connects the trunk and legs, supports and balances the trunk. Pain coming from the hip commonly manifests as pain in the groin.
If you’re experiencing pain, discomfort or have any questions about your hip please call or contact us online.