As Movement Specialists, we have developed a complete philosophy to target your hip pain. Helping you get on the road to recovery quickly and effectively.

Understanding the issue
In today’s increasingly sedentary and ageing population, hip pain can cause individuals considerable issues. As people continue to live longer, the rate of osteoarthritis, which is a common source of hip pain, is increasing. The rate of total hip replacements is also increasing year on year. In England, the number of hip replacement operations on people aged under 60 has risen 76% in the last decade (Roberts, 2016).

Hip pain can affect people in many ways. It can cause a lack of sleep, change the way you walk and prevent your from living your everyday life. 

Any pain in your hips is best addressed early. Your hip pain should be taken seriously as they are the early warning signs for potential problems down the road. The consequences of not addressing and understanding issues when they arise, can lead to long standing issues that are more complex and harder to settle down. You are in control and can control the progress of your hip with effective treatment and long term management for your issues.


There are many causes of hip pain. Hip pain can arise from a change in the bone or soft tissue surrounding the hip. This could be from a specific injury or from an accumulation of factors which have stressed your tissue over time (NHS, 2019). In the UK, the most common cause of hip pain is osteoarthritis. In England it is reported that 1 in 9 adults over 45 years have osteoarthritis of the hip and 1 in 5 adults have osteoarthritis of the knee (Arthritis Research UK, 2019). 

Whether your hip pain has arisen from a specific trauma or over a prolonged period, it is important these symptoms are seen to and taken seriously to avoid further stress and damage. 

Hip pain rarely occurs in isolation, it commonly presents alongside knee pain. Patterns of hip and knee pain are often from complex movement pattern dysfunctions. It is important to understand you should be able to complete any task (picking a pencil off the floor) with a number of different movement patterns, however it is when this choice of movement is lost that repetitive stresses are placed on your soft tissues (muscles, ligaments, tendons and joints). This is when it is likely that problems start to arise.

our first action: remove your pain

We often hear this story from our clients, when the same problem keeps returning. Generally they have tried different options for treatment however the end result has been the same. 

Body Logic Health, working with the latest evidence based treatment information, have put together a complete solution for hip pain treatment. Our full treatment pathway will take you beyond the ‘quick fix’ and through the necessary phases to make sure you return to the activities your enjoy.

Important First Step
Your pain must be addressed first, it is important to be able to get on with your daily activities, and there are huge benefits to returning to normal activities. Your movement specialist will complete a full assessment to understand the best way forwards for your condition.

You will then have explained fully to you;
​The reason for your symptoms and the full diagnosis.

The first step to ‘remove your pain’

You will then begin the best treatment to help your recovery, and our highly skilled physiotherapists will give you the best outline of the time frame for this first step.

If you have made it this far previously and find yourself in treatment again then there are a few key factors that you need to be aware of;

Have you continued to address the underlying factors?

Unfortunately many people find they drop back into the old habits, this causes a return of the stresses on the soft tissues, which you will now understand relates to a return of symptoms.

Build A Better You

Building your foundation is the key to step 2, to complete this phase we need to identify the underlying movement faults that you have. You have a couple of options here depending on your specific requirements and end goals;

1. Movement Screen 

2. Pilates Discovery Session

3. Running Video Analysis – if running is your thing then this a great way to change the way you move to prevent future issues.

4. Walking  / Rehabilitation Evaluation

You will have the ‘how you move’ identified and explained in full detail to you, and this will allow your movement specialist to plan your next step. 

elevate your performance

The hardest part for everyone is to stay motivated once you are feeling great and moving well again. We all know life gets in the way of looking after you. If you feel you need further help to achieve your performance goals or to maintain your lifestyle, there are ways we can help you.

If you have completed the first two steps, you are now ready to achieve lifestyle and performance goals, step 3. At this phase our great sports rehabilitation team will often take over your management. 

There are plenty of options for you depending on your specific goals, so please discuss your options with your physiotherapist. This step will complete your knee pain solution, and will involve individually designed programmes to complement your home exercise programme.

You can see the whole pain to performance knee solution. This will help you create movement health and enjoy the life you want to live.

Don’t delay starting your knee pain pathway to help you return to your life without your current issue.

Start your journey today
and enjoy your life again.


We assess, analyse and correct movement patterns to improve your health and performance, if you have any questions prior to booking please call us on 020 7924 6068

remove pain

The important first step is to address a clients pain and restrictions. This allows return to normal life, pain free, and ready for the step to build your foundation.


Did you complete the full treatment pathway?

Recurrence is the toughest area to address in back complaints, primarily if you only completed the first step previously then the chances are you have not changes how the body is moving to prevent recurrence.


Having removed your pain it is imperative that the reasons for your issue are now addressed. This is where recurrence can be truly prevented. It is the chance to address the core weaknesses, poor movement patterns and understand the habits that might be related to your current problem. It is important that both parties complete the full pathway, this is the area that helps you feel great again.


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Body Logic Health

292 Battersea Park Rd
SW11 3BT