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Hip Pain After Hiking
Varies: There are a number of possibilities, one of the more common is a tendonitis of the tendons outside the hip. This condition has a number of names including TFL syndrome. Treatment involves stretching, warmup, ice down. There are other potential causes as well, so don't hesitate to be seen. ...Read more
One of the most common causes of hip pain. Is osteoarthritis. Oa is usually seen in middle and old age, I do not know your age.
Other causes include impingement syndromes, bursitis, muscle issues, snapping hip, trauma, transient osteoporosis, osteonecrosis or avn, and the list goes on.
I recommend that you see your pcp or an orthoedic surgeon. Www. Aaos. Org/findanortho/. ...Read more
Unclear: Not enough information, where exactly is the pain? When did it start? Was there an injury? What are your normal activities? The range of causes for someone your age is broad so more information is needed to make a diagnosis. ...Read more
Here is the list - osteoarthritis, gout, strain, labral tear, inguinal hernia, sports hernia, avascular necrosis, bone contusion, tendonitis/bursitis, pinched nerve in lower back, etc.
As you can see, the list is pretty long. Remember, common things are common, so things like arthritis, strains/sprains and tendonitis tend to top the list.
Lastly, see your physician if the pain persists. ...Read more
Hip pain: Your hip pain could be from a variety of reasons. Depending on the cause of your pain will help determine the type of exercises to do to get relief. Generally speaking weight loss would be of benefit but oftentimes weight bearing may make it worse non weight bearing exercises such as swimming or stationary bike could be beneficial. I would see your pcp, : sports medicine doc or orthopedic physician. ...Read more
See Pain Specialist: Obviously, it's an issue that you are bothered with. I would suggest seeing a pain specialist or sports medicine physician who can further tease out why your hip hurts. Is it inside the joint, outside of the joint, coming from your back or even associated with the muscles in that area? These are a lot of issues that require very different treatment options. ...Read more
It can: This can be a symptom.Appendicitis syptoms: aching pain that begins around your navel and often shifts to your lower right abdomen, pain that becomes sharper over several hours, tenderness that occurs when you apply pressure to your lower right abdomen, sharp pain in your lower right abdomen that occurs when the area is pressed on and then the pressure is quickly released, pain is worse when moving. ...Read more
Nonspecific: Unfortunately what you've described is fairly nonspecific and could be caused by various conditions such as bilateral hip arthritis, lumbar spinal pathology, and systemic conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis. I would recommend that you see a physician for further evaluation. ...Read more
Several possibilitie: In that region, pain can arise from a hip, spine or si joint problem. It can also be a referred pain from your abdominal or pelvic region organs as well. If the pain is getting worse or persisting over time and is bothering you, get evaluated by your doctor to start the appropriate treatment based on a correct diagnosis. ...Read more
Sacroiliac subluxing: ? cause "shoulder, back & hip pain". These seemingly unrelated symptoms often associated with fibromyalgia. Sacroiliac joint subluxation induces pelvic girdle instability; arousing a functional spinal scoliosis; evoking shoulder girdle asymmetry & symptoms of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. These 3 pain generators might account for this seemingly disjointed set of symptoms. Is there joint hypermobility? ...Read more
Hip Pain: Hip pain can be caused from many things such as overuse, referred pain from the lower leg (mostly knee) to your low back, pelvic organs, arthritis, ligament weakness. See your doctor or a sports medicine physician for more information. Try using Motrin 600mg 2-3x/day on a full stomach and stretch to see if that helps. ...Read more
Orthopedist: See an orthopedist.Get a more detailed answer ›
See physician: See physician for evaluation and possible radiographic examination. SCFE usually diagnosed on pelvic radiograph. ...Read more
Let me explain:
Femoral offset is the distance from the center of rotation of the femoral head to a line dissecting the long axis of the femur. In case of total replacement hip the the offset is considered as the distance from the center of rotation of the femoral head to a line bissecting the long axis of the stem.
Normal femoral offset varies between 30 amd 60 mm. ...Read more
See details: The first step is to determine the cause of the various pains. See a rheumatologist. ...Read more
Maybe hip bursitis: It is difficult to tell for sure what you have with the info provided and no examination, but my guess is that you have some inflammation on the outside of hip are--bursitis. When mild, people don't feel much during day, but laying on it for awhile during sleep causes aching pain which can radiate down to knee. Position changes relieves the pain? Motrin or Aleve (naproxen) for pain. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
Try taking some OTC: Medication adlong as there ate no jsdues in terms ofuding these medications and see if it improves and then try changing your exercise routine or cross train while making sure you stretch and warm up with exercise. If no better, see your doctor. ...Read more
Chronic hip pain:
First of all when u say chronic hip pain-how long have u had it 4? Do u have any known condition that ur doctor is treating u for?
It is unusual for ur age to have any hip pain that is chronic unless you have an underlying condition that affected your joint e.G trauma, arthritis from any other cause. If you have not consulted ur doctor 4 this, please do so urgently. U may need x-rays/labs, etc. ...Read more
It is likely that you have a condition called trochanteric bursitis of your hip--it is inflammation of the area surrounding the curve of the hip-thigh bone. Possibly resulted from excessive use/walking/running and/or laying on the side on a firm/hard surface too long. Do some really good range-of-motion/stretching, and use of motrin/aleve may help. If not better, consult doc for eval.
Good luck. ...Read more