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Hip Joint Pain

How to manage your Hip Joint Pain
The hip or coxofemoral joint is one of the most commonly affected joints for those suffering from osteoarthritis. Chronic hip joint pain may also result from post-grafting rehabilitation and traumatic injuries.

This causes inflammation, pain, and some movement restrictions around the hip.

LLLT is a low-level laser therapy that has been shown to effectively relieve pain and enhance mobility in patients with coxofemoral joint pain. The procedure for low-level laser therapy for hip joint pain takes place every day or on alternative days (15 sessions total). Based on indications, four to six preventive laser therapy courses are permitted per year.

Use the Variable frequency mode (1000Hz-2500Hz), expose the following area for 5 minutes:

  • Large trochanter area
  • Along the lumbosacral spine (L4–Co), paravertebral (scanning, 5 minutes each side)
  • Maximum pain zone (* in case of significant pain)

With a varying frequency, you can expose the area around a large trochanter (scanning for 10 minutes)

Session Procedure

No. Exposure Area Frequency Exposure Time
1 Large trochanter area

Variable mode - 1000Hz to 2500Hz

5 min
2

Area around large trochanter, scanning

10 min 
3

In case of significant pain syndrome:  maximum pain zone (not shown in the figure)

5 min 
4 Along the lumbosacral spine (L4–Co), paravertebral, scanning 5 min on each side

 

Session frequency  .............................................................. 1 session per day or on alternative days

Course  ................................................................................... 15 sessions

Repeated courses 4–6 preventive laser therapy courses are permitted per year based on indications in 3–4 weeks.

Starting with the second course, zones 1–3 should be treated under the drug LPh methodology.

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