Joint Pain: including hip and knee

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About Hip Pain

The hips are large, weight-bearing joints, and as they are involved in nearly all our movements, hip pain can severely impact our lives.

If the nerves are irritated in the lower part of the back, the pain signal can travel along the nerve and pain can occur in areas the nerve travels or passes through, which in this example is the hip.

If the pelvis, knees or the feet are not functioning correctly they can also impact on the way the hips function.

Our Approach to Hip Pain

As there are many causes of hip pain, a consultation and thorough examination with a Chiropractor can be one of the best ways of determining the source of your pain and establishing the correct plan of management and care program for you.

About Knee Pain

Knee pain is pain in or around the knee.
The knee is a complex joint which relies heavily on its surrounding muscles and ligaments for stability and strength.

The knee is one of the joints most commonly affected by osteoarthritis. Cartilage in the knee may degenerate after sustained stress (such as stress from mis-aligned joints or injuries) resulting in the bones of the knee rubbing against each other and subsequently resulting in osteoarthritis.

Our Approach to Knee Pain

As it is a load-bearing joint, it is vital to ensure that you are walking correctly, and that the feet, ankles, hips, pelvis and lower back are not the cause of the knee pain.

To this end, a thorough consultation and examination with a Chiropractor is essential to ascertain a correct diagnosis so a bespoke care plan can be formulated. Care focuses on reducing the inflammation and swelling present in the initial phases, followed by massage, mobilisation, adjustments, and rehabilitative techniques to ensure the best outcome for your condition.

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Hip Pain Causes

Hip pain is a common condition which can be caused by a number of factors. It is most commonly the direct result of a hip-based problem such as:






Referred Pain from Knees


Referred Pain from Lower Back


Referred Pain from Pelvis

Knee Pain Causes

Knee Pain is often a result of injury, or mis-aligned joints causing pain upon walking.












Degenerate Cartilage


Stress from Mis-aligned Joints or Injuiries

Prescription Orthotics

to create a healthier more attractive posture

Fantastic dedicated team, who always make you feel welcomed. With Chiropractic, massage and the insoles I have made huge progress, have a lot more movement and am in less pain. Would highly recommend Bury Chiropractic. 

Kathy Kelly

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Sadiya Attiq

Bury Chiropractic is great. Friendly team and amazing practitioners. They will really take care of you. Everyone is approachable and very helpful. Helping you get your health goals is their no 1 priority. Don't think, just go there!

Hemi Vadgama

A very friendly and professional practice which I have been attending for many years. Going for regular adjustments helps me keep the ageing years at bay, keep up the good work!!!

Barbara Crook

I want to give a big "THANK YOU" to the Bury Chiropractic team. Everyone has been so pleasant and helpful! My entire family are grateful for your care and attention! Thank you for getting my health back on tract and keeping my family healthy, happy and well!!!

Dani Morgan

I cannot thank the team at Bury Chiropractic enough! They have helped me feel like a new woman and the care plan was well worth the investment. It's an investment in my health and that's what I wanted. Very happy.

Angel Koonar Turner

What a great clinic! The whole team at Bury Chiropractic are brilliant, and i recommend seeing them wholeheartedly!! If in doubt please make an appointment and let them help you. The biggest obstacle to getting better is making that first appointment, so phone and get on with it!

Andy Green

When I first visited I was very down about the back pain I was suffering to the point where I was really tearful. Alicia made me feel that it was ok to cry and it didn’t feel silly. After 4 months of treatment I am better than ever.



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First Time Visitors

Relief Care

Our first goal is to relieve your symptoms as quickly as possible. The severity of your condition will determine the length of this phase. Typically, the number of visits in this phase is frequent and can involve multiple visits to the centre each week.

Rehabilitative / strengthen and corrective phase

During this phase of care, the goal is to remove the root cause of your problem and to restore optimal function. This phase of care is also dependent upon the severity of the problem. The frequency of care can still be multiple visits per week, but unlikely to be as frequent as the relief phase of care.

Wellness Care

Once your body has had the chance to heal, we believe it is important to continue with wellness care by having periodic adjustments to help prevent future problems and enable your body to continue to function at its most optimal level. Your lifestyle, health goals and practitioner’s advice will determine the frequency of care for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is hip pain felt?

Hip pain can be felt inside the hip and groin, as well as the outside of the hips, thighs and buttocks. It can also refer down into the legs and into the lower back.

Why does hip pain occur?

Knee, foot and lower back problems can cause hip pain, as well as inflammatory conditions such as arthritis, bursitis and tendinitis. Muscle strains in and around the hip can also affect the way the hips function, as can  systemic conditions and injuries.

Can hip pain and hip problems cause pain elsewhere?

Yes, it can. The body should move like a well-oiled machine and a problem or pain in one area can adversely affect and cause a problem or pain in another area. Hip problems can cause pain in the back, groin, or even the knee and feet.


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