We address the source of your hip pain so that you can get back to enjoying life pain-free

With years of experience providing passionate care, we have developed a unique, integrated, and proven approach to addressing the source of your hip pain.

Why does your hip hurt in Watertown SD

Although hip pain manifests in a number of ways, most symptoms are the result of a lack of joint centration (the ideal anatomical position of a joint).

Less than ideal centration is correlated with dysfunctional movement patterns, poor range of motion, and a lack of stability—all important factors for maintaining healthy hips.


These factors are what lead to common symptoms, including:

  • Pain
  • Tendinopathies
  • Sprains/Strains
  • Labral Tears
  • Glute/Back Pain
  • Femoral Acetabular Impingement
  • Sciatica
  • Piriformis Syndrome

Live pain-free • Move better • Perform Optimally

What our expert Indianapolis chiropractor can do for your hip pain

We have developed a unique and proven treatment protocol for hip pain that allows us to:

  • Address the muscle tension keeping the hip from moving properly within its joint
  • Strengthen the hip stabilizing muscles so the joint can always be centrated, regardless of the leg position or movement
  • Improve spinal mechanics
  • Synchronize core and spinal stability with hip stability
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Average patient-reported decrease in pain and improvement in functionality.

Chiropractic Watertown SD Who Should I Choose For Care For My Neck Pain

Why choose our caring team to treat your hip pain?

 We will listen to you and your goals for why you want to get out of pain and then formulate a specific treatment plan and exercise plan to get you out of pain quickly. We will help teach you movements that keep you pain-free beyond our treatments.

The majority of our patients notice relief from symptoms and improved movements in just 4-6 visits! How? We treat the source of pain, not its symptoms.

Here at Watertown Chiropractic, your health is our priority so that you can get back to doing the things you love.