Hip and pelvis
The hip is a very stable but also heavily burdened joint. Unfortunately, deformities, wear and tear and accidents are all too common.
- When things get tight: Impingement, hip impingement, entrapment syndrome,
- When movement is restricted: Contracture, instabilities, ISG blockages, leg axis problems.
- For pain: hip pain, coxalgia, muscle pain, snapping hip, bouncing hip, coxa saltans,
- For wear and tear: Osteoarthritis, coxarthrosis,
- Deformities: Hip joint dysplasia, Hip dysplasia, Dysplasia of the hip, Dysplasia coxae congenita,
- After injuries: Fracture, Bone marrow oedema, Bone bruise, Arthroscopy, Cartilage damage, Fracture, Pelvic ring fracture, Pelvic fracture, Femoral neck fracture (SHF),
- When muscles cause problems after overuse: tension and pain, muscle weakness, quadriceps weakness, muscle weakness, muscle pain,
- For nerve problems: sciatica, sciatica syndrome, piriformis syndrome, sensitivity disorders (tingling, numbness…),
- Inflammations: Bursitis, tenosynovitis, tendonitis, piriformis syndrome,
- For tendon problems: Tendon rupture, tendon suture,
- After operations: Hip endoprosthesis, hip TEP, arthroscopy, leg axis problems (knock-kneed, bow-legged), adjustment osteotomy, dynamic hip screw (DHS), proximal femoral nail and gamma nail, intramedullary nail osteosynthesis, intramedullary nail
- Pelvic floor weakness and dysfunction, incontinence, stress incontinence