Effective treatment of hip pain

We treat with the newest techniques indenfor fysioterapi. Metoden behandler dit nervesystem, hvor de fleste årsager til smerter i kroppen oprinder fra.

A recommendation
A runner, Susanne came with an injury to the hip which caused pain at longer distances. I treated her and now she runs 10 km painless.

“Annika you are with, on all my runs. I have run 10 km without pain today after work, where I have cycled 22 km, it is absolutely fantastic. Thank you very much. I will definitely come again. ”

We remove the cause of hip pain - quickly and effectively.

Where do I feel hip pain

Hip pain can be felt at the back at the joint, between the coccyx and the hip socket, in front of the symphysis, in the groin or on the outside of the thigh. Sometimes it can be difficult to tell the difference between the pain coming from the hip or the lower back, as pain in the hip can radiate up to the lower back. It may have come suddenly during a movement or slowly occured. Many women experience pelvic pain associated with one pregnancy.

Get rid of your hip pain

We treat the nervous system as pain is typically a response to a compensation somewhere else in the body. The brain processes the impression of the nervous system and responds to it. If the brain is misinformed, it can create inappropriate movement patterns that result in pain. Through muscle testing, we find the cause in your nervous system and treat it gently and effectively .There is no crack or twist associated with the treatment and you will typically feel the effect after the first treatment.

Typical problems

Below you will find a selection for reasons, however We deal with all issues related to the hip.

Hip pain can come for many different reasons, as there are many different muscles, ligaments, blood vessels, nerves, mucus, etc. in the hip area. These can be shortened, stretched or pinched, all of which affect the area and the pain from it.

Lopsided pelvis

The pelvis is composed of the two hip ridges that meet at the front with the symphysis as a false joint (there is a disc disc and no ligaments) and the tailbone at the back, formed by two true joints (there are ligaments around the joint)

There may be “locking” or displacement / spraining of the joints in the pelvis from falls, accidents, pregnancy with increased pressure on the pelvis, etc. A lock or sprain will prevent free movement of the joint and put the muscles and joints locally and perhaps also elsewhere in the body to overtime, to compensate for this. You may therefore experience pain locally in the hip or e.g. neck if your pelvis sits crooked. There may be unequal leg length or the back can compensate for the imbalance by making a scoliosis (S-shaped curve) in the back.


When there is pressure on the sciatic nerve, you may experience local pain in the buttock and back or down to the foot. For some, the pain of movement is alleviated and for others it is best to sit or lie in a certain way. This is because there are many causes of the pain. These are the same symptoms as with a herniated/protrusion of the disc,where there is nerve pressure at the spine level. A professional assessment of the pain is important to exclude nerve pressure at the spinal level.

Pain on the outside of the hip and leg

These pains typically come from the long tendon on the outside of the hip, the tractus illiotibialis which is formed by the large buttock, Gluteus Maximus and Tensor Fascie Latae from the front of the hip. The tendon inserts on the outside below the knee level and can cause pain right there. If tight, it can also irritate the mucus around the knee.
Tractus illiotibialis is typically tight due to a muscular imbalance in the two muscles forming the tendon.

Groin pain

Pain from the groin / inside of the thighs is typically experienced by athletes and soccer players. They are caused by an imbalance in the muscles that starts from the groin and settles on the inside of the femur and knee (adductors). Some of these can bend the hip when e.g. walking or running and thereby help movement if the hip flexor is not active enough. In this way, the muscles become overloaded and pull the tendon from their source, which can create a state of irritation.