A 30-year-old female asked:
My doctor said i have piriformis sydrome, being doing tons of stretching and it seems better but now nearly everytime i move my leg my hip pops?
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Dr. Irwin Abrahamanswered
Sports Medicine 51 years experience
Snapping hip?: If popping is in front of hip, it likely is a loose psoas tendon (a hip flexing tendon), or maye another tendon. Otherwise, other tendons or ligaments could be a liitle loose. An ultrasound exam might see the tendon move with movement.
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