Hip

Regain your hip mobility with The Moballise Physiotherapy Clinic

The anatomical name of your hip is your acetabulo femoral joint.

It is named for the bones that articulate to form it. Your femur is the long, thick bone of your thigh. Your acetabulum is a socket created by the union of the Ilium, ischium and pubic pelvic bones.

The joint is a ball and socket joint, similar to your shoulder joint. They differ in that the hip joint is one of the most stable joints in your body. It is set deep within the soft tissue of the hip region.

The only palpable part of your hip joint is called your Greater Trochanter. This is the large bony lump that you can feel on the outside of your hip region, at the top of your thigh.

How We Can Help

We will enable you to regain your hip mobility. Many of the common conditions found in your hip can be easily resolved within a few treatment sessions.

The brilliant team at The Moballise Physiotherapy Clinic will guide you through the process of regaining and maintaining your hip mobility.

We use  a variety of treatment modalities in clinic to resolve your mobility dysfunction. We will also give you everything you need to enable you to continue improving your hip mobility at home.

Our goal at The Moballise Physiotherapy Clinic is to put YOU in control of your treatment. You will leave physiotherapy treatment with a well detailed and agreed plan of how to manage your ongoing symptoms.