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Increased angle: When measuring the head, neck, and shaft of the femur (thigh bone) and angle is measured. When the angle is greater than 135, this is referred to as coxa valga. Bilateral would mean that both hip are involved. ...Read more
Tronchanteric bursitis @ hip and coxa vara are these 2 things both the same or different?Thanks in advance for your help.
My friends 4 years old daughter have coxa valga and she is dead worried about it..Whats the best treatment? Please advice..Thanks & regards
Seek orthopedic: Consult. Not a common condition. Needs specialty care. ...Read more
Right hip has coxa magna deformity from perthes as kid. Could this cause the intermittent severe pain from my right hip to ankle? Also get periodic buzzing sensation in that ankle + in perianal area.
Possibly: Any deformity in the hip area is going to have direct impact to the knee and ankle and foot. You may want to get a second opinion from an osteopathic physician, can do musculoskeletal evaluation of your condition, and able to offer him treatment, that might also help the sins the strange sensations that you're getting in the ankle as well as the groin. There are fascial connections via the hip. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was born with bilateral coxa vara and I walk with a "knock-knee, toe-in" limp. Will the surgery help me stand up straighter and walk better?
Hip Fracture: Signs and symptoms of a hip fracture may include: inability to move immediately after a fall severe pain in your hip or groin inability to put weight on your leg on the side of your injured hip stiffness, bruising and swelling in and around your hip area shorter leg on the side of your injured hip turning outward of your leg on the side of your injured hip. ...Read more
Needa diagnosis firs: First you need to determine where the pain is coming from.Pain located outside the hip joint has a different treament that the pain located inside the hip joint.Outside pain can be as simple as bursitis and a injection could be all you need.Inside pain could be as serious as the need for a hip replacement is arthitis of the hip is the correct diagnosis. ...Read more
Needs to be checked : Pain in hip can be caused by many causes . We don't have enough information to advice you.I suggest you consult your doctor. Your doctor will take detailed history like how bad is pain,how long,any history of trauma. Any associated symptoms like fever and more. You need a physical exam and if indicated may need blood test ,xrays and MRI etc to find the cause of the pain and treat appropriately ...Read more
Several poss. causes: 'hip' is an ill-defined term. You may mean lateral hip or low back. Lateral could be bursitis, tendinitis, muscle imbalance, etc. Posterior 'hip' & buttock pain is often caused by lumbar nerve, disc, or ligament injury, pyriformis syndrome, lumbar vertebral dysfunction, or sacroiliac problems. Most of these will be missed by many docs.A good physical, including osteopathic exam, may define a cause. ...Read more
Hip Pain: Hip pain may be caused by arthritis, injuries or other problems. Arthritis, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, psoriatic arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, septic arthritis, injuries, bursitis, pinched nerves herniated disk, meralgia paresthetica, sacroiliitis, sciatica, spinal stenosis, . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very few.: "hip" means different things to different folks. If you mean your buttock, almost no internal organs refer there typically. If you mean the groin crease, the bladder and reproductive organs can refer there, and less commonly the intestines. If you mean the side of the thigh or upper outer pelvic rim bones, organs don't usually refer there, but pain from nearby muscles can. ...Read more
Severe arthritis: Patients with severe arthritis of the hip will benefit from total hip replacement. Arthritis may present in varying degrees of severity and clinical symptoms. It is generally recommended to maximize the conservative or non-operative treatment of arthritis before a patient seriously considers hip replacement. Consult an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in hip replacement for further ?'s. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Osteopathic exam: If you have pain in the lower hip and back, this needs to be investigated further, so that youe pain can be relieved quickly using osteopathic t treatment.An osteopathic physician can do a complete musculoskeletal exam ; check your posture, symmetry, gait, weight bearing, along with your medical, trauma, social, family and sexual history to determine the cause. It may be something simple to treat. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Different causes: Their are different potential causes of hip pain. An orthopaedic evaluation with x-rays is the best place to start. Possible causes can include hip arthritis, tendinitis, bursitis, labral tears or loose cartilage in the hip joint. Your orthopaedic surgeon can discuss with you the problem and treatment options. ...Read more
Not likely: It's not likely that it's out of place. Something else must be going on that's making you feel this way. Without other symptoms mentioned it's not clear what this could be. If you are having problems with movement, bearing weight, then a full evaluation should be made. History is also very impotant- eg. A recent history of trauma or a joint disorder would influence a diagnosis in this case. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer