Hip Labral Tears
A hip labral tear is a tear of the cartilage that is located within the joint of the hip and is also know as an acetabular labrum tear. The labrum is similar to a rubber seal that exists to hold and stabilize the thigh one in the hip socket. Those at high risk of obtaining a hip labral tear are those in sports and those born with abnormal structures of the hip.
Conditions that Cause Hip Laral Tears
- Abnormal sharp and structure of the hip joint
- Repetitive activities that involves pivoting or flexion of the hip joint
- Trauma such as injury or dislocation of the hip joint
Hip Labral Tear Symptoms
- Locking or clicking of the hip joint
- Walking with a limp
- Pain in the hip during long sitting, standing, or walking
- Limited range of motion of the hip
- Stiffness of the hip
Treatment of Hip Labral Tears
ASTR uses holistic, noninvasive and pain free approaches to relieving inflammation and pain without the use of medication. Our doctors use patented ASTR tools to break down and clear the existing scar tissue and myofasical restriction in patients. Specific special exercise programs are given to patients that are designed to reduce inflammation and strengthen the muscle to bring the patient back to a normal functioning and activity.