About Hip Discomfort Solutions

The hip joint is the largest joint in the body where your thigh bone meets the pelvis. It is also one of the most stable joints in the body, and for good reason; it must withstand a multitude of forces and stresses throughout one's lifetime. Proper function of the hip joint is critical for standing, moving from a sitting position to standing, walking and moving from one place to another.

Hip Issues Solutions

Damage to the hip area can be complicated to treat. All the ligaments, tendons and cartilage in the area required to stabilize the joint are susceptible to a number of conditions.
Which of the following discomforts do you experience in your hip joint?

    Discomfort deep in the hip joint that feels like a dull ache or stiffness that may radiate to the groin, buttocks or thigh.

    Aching, sharp or burning sensations on the outer hip that may include tenderness or swelling.

    Throbbing, stabbing or shooting discomfort sensations in the emanating from the joint

    Limited range of motion or stiffness after sitting, sometimes with a clicking or catching sensation.

    Discomfort that worsens from activities such as walking, twisting, pivoting or repetitive hip motions like climbing stairs or running.


Standard protocol for treating hip discomfort includes:

    Physical therapy.
    Chiropractic manipulations.
    Corticosteroid injections.
    Anti-inflammatory medications.
    Pain medications.

Unfortunately, the standard protocols often do nothing to address the root causes of various forms of hip discomfort. Resorting to hip replacement surgery is expensive, requires a long period of rehabilitation and often still requires the use of pain medications.


NexGenEsis Care for Hip Discomfort

At NexGenEsis we treat many common forms of hip discomfort without surgery or addictive medications through our cutting-edge technology and procedures.
At your office consultation one of our physicians will examine your hip joint to determine the nature of and location of your discomfort. If needed, the physician will consult imaging of the affected region.
A standard care plan begins with collecting healing molecules from your blood that reduce inflammation and enzymes that destroy cartilage. Once concentrated, these healing molecules are injected into the problem area in your hip.
Laser and acoustic compression therapies are applied to the region weekly over the next six weeks to stimulate blood vessel growth and tissue rejuvenation. Three weeks after the first injection you receive a second injection of your own Bone Marrow Aspirate (BMA) which provides the stem cells to encourage the rejuvenation of healthy tissue.
At your six month check up you then receive another injection of platelet-rich plasma, drawn from your blood, to increase healthy proteins in the affected area to encourage cell and tissue growth. The entire process puts your hip in the best position possible to repair itself.



There comes the point in time where that becomes true: surgery is your only option. But don't make that decision until you come and see us. Please, call us for a consultation today, and let's see what we can do for you.