Is your hip, pelvic or groin pain affecting the quality of your life?
Are you frustrated with a lack of answers about what’s wrong and why?
Have you struggled to find someone who knows how to help?
Hip Pain Help can help you find a Hip Pain Professional (HPP) that delivers more:
With their advanced knowledge, your HPP will provide a faster and more accurate diagnosis. This avoids prolonged suffering and the expense of unnecessary treatments and investigations. Your HPP will also aim to determine not only WHAT the source of the problem is, but WHY it has developed.
ADVICE & EDUCATION
Your HPP will then develop a plan for HOW your problem should be best managed. Advice and education on what the problem is and how to aid your own recovery can be extremely powerful in regaining control of your pain and your life
Your HPP will not provide a one-treatment-fits-all approach but will individualise treatments based on their skilled assessment of your problem, to ensure a faster and more complete recovery.
Your HPP will quickly recognise when you require the assistance of a different health professional or a team approach, and recommend other highly skilled health professionals to assist with your care.
GET TO KNOW YOUR HIP PAIN PROFESSIONALS
‘Hip Pain Professionals’ are healthcare professionals that have university qualifications and a special interest in helping those with hip pain or functional difficulties. Here is a guide to help you understand a little more about our different professionals.
Once you’ve entered your city, you can also search for a particular type of health professional.
Your Hip Pain Professional is responsible for maintaining the currency of their professional registration, accreditation, training and professional indemnity insurance and to ensure that they are providing services to you which are appropriate to your circumstances and for which they have received appropriate training and are legally eligible to provide to members of the public. Please report any misconduct or unsatisfactory conduct to the professional registration board in your country and notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any concerns please contact Hip Pain Help for further assistance, information or discussion.