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Hip Pain Relief Ottawa

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Dealing with hip pain can significantly impact your daily activities and overall quality of life. At Vitality Physiotherapy and Wellness Centre, we are committed to providing comprehensive and effective hip pain relief services in Ottawa. Our team of experts utilizes a varied approach to address the root causes of your hip pain and restore your mobility and comfort.
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Common Causes of Hip Pain

Hip pain can arise from a variety of conditions and affects individuals of all ages. Understanding the underlying causes is essential for effective treatment.


The most common cause of chronic hip pain and disability.


Inflammation of the bursae, which are fluid-filled sacs near the hip joint.

Muscle or Tendon Strain

Repeated activities can put strain on the muscles, tendons, and ligaments that support the hips.

Hip Fractures:

These are more common in older adults due to osteoporosis.


A condition where inadequate blood flow to the hip bone causes the bone tissue to deteriorate.
Core Stability Exercises

Our Comprehensive Hip Pain Relief Services

We believe in tailoring hip pain treatment to each individual’s unique symptoms and needs. That means utilizing a specialized service, or combination of services to address the hip pain.

Our physiotherapists specialize in diagnosing and treating hip pain through a variety of techniques.

  • Exercise Therapy: Strengthening and stretching exercises to improve hip joint function.
  • Manual Therapy: Hands-on techniques to increase mobility and reduce pain.
  • Pain Management Education: Strategies to manage your hip pain effectively.
  • Acupuncture: By stimulating key areas, acupuncture encourages the release of natural painkillers, offering relief from discomfort.

Chiropractic adjustments can be particularly effective for hip pain, especially when it’s related to spinal issues.

  • Spinal and Pelvic Adjustments: To improve alignment and reduce stress on the hip.
  • Soft Tissue Therapy: To relieve muscle tension and improve mobility.
  • Acupuncture: By stimulating key areas, acupuncture encourages the release of natural painkillers, offering relief from discomfort.

Massage therapy can help alleviate hip pain by reducing muscle tension and improving circulation.

  • Reduced Muscle Stiffness: Easing the tension in hip muscles.
  • Improved Blood Flow: Enhancing healing in the hip area.
  • Increased Flexibility: Promoting greater mobility and reducing pain.

Osteopathy addresses the body’s structure and function, including the hip joint, to alleviate pain and improve mobility.

  • Joint Mobilization: To improve the range of motion in the hip.
  • Injury Rehabilitation: Tailored approaches to rehabilitate hip injuries, focusing on restoring strength, flexibility, and function.

Start Your Journey to Hip Pain Relief

If you’re struggling with hip pain, let the team at Vitality Physiotherapy and Wellness Centre help you find the relief you need. Our integrated approach is designed to offer you a comprehensive treatment plan that encompasses different services that have a proven track record of helping clients with pain relief.

Contact us today to schedule your appointment and take the first step towards regaining your mobility and living pain-free. At Vitality Physiotherapy and Wellness Centre, we are dedicated to helping you move better and feel better.

Our Locations

Vitality Physiotherapy

Riverside South

4184 Spratt Road
Ottawa, ON K1V 0Z6

Client Care:
(613) 425-7700

Hours: Monday: 8 am-8pm Tuesday – Thursday: 7 am- 8pm Friday: 7 am- 6 pm
Saturdays 7:30 am – 1:00 pm
Vitality Physiotherapy and Wellness Centre Findlay Creek

Findlay Creek

111 Shuttleworth Dr. #8,
Ottawa, ON K1T 0W7

Client Care:
(613) 425-3500

Monday – Thursday: 7 am-8pm
Friday: 7 am- 6 pm

Vitality physiotherapy Kanata Ottawa


5100 Kanata Avenue
Unit 3, Kanata, ON, K2K 0P1

Client Care:
(613)- 604-8569

Monday: 12pm-8pm
Tuesday: 7 am- 3pm
Wednesday: 12 pm- 8pm
Thursday – Friday: 7 am- 3pm

Kemptville Vitality Physiotherapy and Wellness


3000 County Rd 43 Unit C4,
Kemptville, ON K0G 1J0

Client Care:
(613) 604-0008

Monday: 8 am-8pm
Tuesday – Thursday: 7 am- 8pm
Friday: 7 am- 5 pm

Hip Pain Relief Ottawa FAQs

The time it takes to see improvements in hip pain can vary depending on the individual’s condition, the severity of the pain, and their response to treatment. Generally, patients may start to notice improvements within a few weeks of consistent treatment. However, for more chronic or severe conditions, it might take longer. It’s important to maintain open communication with your therapist about your progress and adhere to the prescribed treatment plan for the best results.
Alongside professional treatment, there are several self-care tips you can follow to help manage hip pain. These include regular gentle exercises like walking or swimming to maintain mobility, applying heat or cold packs to reduce pain and inflammation, and avoiding activities that exacerbate your pain. It’s also beneficial to maintain a healthy weight to reduce stress on the hip joint and to ensure you have a supportive mattress and ergonomic seating.
To prevent hip pain from recurring, it’s important to maintain a healthy lifestyle and incorporate regular exercise to strengthen the muscles around the hip joint. Focus on low-impact activities and ensure proper warm-up and cool-down routines during workouts. Pay attention to your posture and ergonomics, especially if you have a sedentary job. Also, regular check-ups with your healthcare provider can help catch and address any issues early.
If you’re experiencing hip pain, it’s advisable to avoid high-impact exercises and activities that put excessive strain on the hip joint. These might include running on hard surfaces, heavy weightlifting, or sports that involve jumping and quick turns. Instead, focus on low-impact activities like swimming, or cycling, which can help maintain joint mobility and muscle strength without exacerbating your pain.