Putting an End to Hip Pain
Suffering from hip pain can be extremely debilitating. It can restrict your movement and severely impact your quality of life. Many are told that their hip is “bone-on-bone” and the only options available to them are a daily dose of pain pills, sometimes a few times a day, and hip replacement surgery.
There are alternative solutions that are effective at reducing or eliminating chronic hip pain. Our clinic’s unique combination of diagnostics and therapies have helped many patients over the 34 years we have been in practice. Our goal is to treat the true cause of pain – not mask the symptoms with medications or shots. Masking the symptoms with medications makes a patient dependent on those medications and once they stop taking them the pain returns. That is not our idea of ending hip pain.
Our treatments have helped patients regain their mobility, be more active, experience real long term pain relief, and improve their overall quality of life.
If you are suffering from hip pain we invite you to call us for a consultation and evaluation and find out how we can help you find pain relief.
Click on the links below to learn more about some of the treatments that we offer.
If you are interested in hearing more about hip pain and what can be done to relieve the pain long term without drugs or surgery we would like to invite you to attend one of our Chronic Pain Seminars or our Stem Cell Therapy Seminars.
A Patient’s Experience
"Many years ago I was diagnosed as having a Sacro-Lumbar Strain, which resulted in hospitalization. As a result of this condition, I suffered from extreme lower back pain when sitting or standing. The only time I experienced relief from my pain was when lying in a horizontal position. Prior to the start of treatment by Dr. Coyle, my pain level for my hip varied between 8 and 10 on a scale of 0-10. After my first decompression, the results were amazing! My pain level was reduced by almost 50%. After my second decompression, my hip pain had almost disappeared. Back pain now very tolerable to no pain at all, which is remarkable considering I am a 78-year-old man!"