Nowadays, people have become fully habitual of their routine which comprises of working in the morning, arriving late at night and then eating and then sleeping. Though this have become their normal routine but after some time, their body becomes weak and eventually there are the complains of back pain, hip pain and fatigue, thus making them tired. Moreover, if these are not taken care of then the worse conditions might be fractures. But, if you have already started feeling hip pain then there are some measures that if followed will give you relief to a greater extent.
Here are the Tips!!
Below elaborated are the simple methods, by which you can self treat your chronic hip pain.
Feeling hip pain is quite excruciating as you are unable to sit or even walk properly. When things are such difficult then try to apply a heating pad or an electric heating pad for at least twenty minutes that will alleviate the pain efficiently.
Sometimes, if the pain is not being relieved by any other mediation, a cane or a walker will do a lot to release the discomfort. But this should be first asked from your pain management specialist. Moreover, specialists will only be able to assist you in getting an appropriate cane or walker.
If the heat therapy is not providing any comfort to your hip pain, then choose ice therapy. Apply ice, on the area where you feel the pain. Adding to this in order to protect your skin, ice is first wrapped in a towel and then applied on the affected area. This will further soothe the pain and give you relief.
Anti-inflammatory medications must be used such as ibuprofen that will help in relieving the swelling as well as the hip pain that might have occurred as a result of arthritis or other muscular or joint injuries. Just make sure that you strictly follow the prescription that your doctor has recommended to you.
If you or any of your loved one is suffering from some hip pain or any other body pain, get a professional advice from Dr. Zaki Anwar by placing an appointment at (815) 464-7212). He is an expert anaesthesiologist and certified Pain Management Specialist who has been practicing pain relief techniques for the past several years with effective results.