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Hip Pain Ligaments Tendons
Can you explain my sudden hip pain. It is related more to the muscles and tendons I think as when I lie on my right side or rub it feels tender?
Still having severe hip pain MRI reveals tear ligament teres. Feels unstable. Drs say normal. It's hard to forget about with the pain. Suggestions?
Is it common for the knee to hurt if I'm also having hip pain? It is really sore at back/inside tendon.
Related pain: Could be. If you are accomodating your hip pain by changing your body position while walking, for example, this may put stress on the joints in a way they were not designed to be stressed. Suggest you speak to your orthopedist about htis. You are speaking to one about your hip? If not, please do so. ...Read more
What could a cause of my chronic hip pain be? Doctors have determined it's not from my tendons, muscle, or bones from an MRI they took.
SIJ: 30 yo male has chronic "hip" pain undiagnosed by MRI. Common cause is sacroiliac joint (SIJ) subluxation disorder, which is a joint hypermobility disorder absent inflammation & undetected by all imaging studies, including SPECT scans. Diagnosis is made by a fluoroscopic guided diagnostic block & evaluation by an Osteopath. SIJ disorder is epidemic amongst young male extreme sport enthusiasts. ...Read more
Tendon that goes from thigh to pubic area started hurting. Sharp throbbing pain. Worse with ANY movement. Comes/goes. Hip pain over a year. What is it?
Hard to say: Multiple possibilities, I would encourage you to be seen. The most common cause is some type of abnormality of the hip itself, which usually causes pain referred into the thigh and groin area. An exam and appropriate studies would likely reveal the cause. ...Read more
Knee and hip pain while walking on flat surfaces. Mri showed tendon swelling behind knee cap. I am also flat-footed.?
Tendinitis: Patellar tendinitis may occur independently due to over activity, and it may also be aggravated by flat feet. If you are knocked kneed, having and arch support that is carefully measured may help reduce your patellar tendon symptoms. As an alternative or in conjunction a patellar strap (cho-pat) brace that is a larger version of a tennis elbow brace may help while correcting the arch issue. ...Read more
Bad hip pain MRI revealed torn ligament MD said imposable unless dislocated no treatment I stayed off it for two weeks better but have a painful pop?
Larbal tear.: It could be a labral tear. Hip MRIs are not that easy to read. See an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in hip arthroscopy, for an accurate diagnosis. ...Read more
Surgery-labral repair/FAI 1.5yr ago. Ongoing groin/hip pain/decreased ROM. New CT-ossification iliopsoas tendon. Is there treatment/surgery needed?
See ORS : See your surgeon who repaired your labrum. Femoralacetabular impingement of the hip is either 'pincer' or'cam'. Both of these types can progress despite your labral repair. The C T findings are most likely not the cause of your continued pain. A second opinion from an ORS experienced in arthroscopic hip surgery is a good idea. Best of Luck! ...Read more
When you have an injury to a muscle, tendon or ligament in the pelvis or low back area and do not treat it right away. How long will it take to heal?
Depends: Avoid anti-inflammatory medications for a ligament injury. The body's own inflammation can help healing. If you take Ibuprofen type medications, no repair of ligament to bone occurs and muscle pain syndromes are common and long term. Seek a prolotherapy trained physician to help treat old ligament injuries. Healing is possible, even if late. Surgical fixation doesn't give back flexibility. ...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. Hip arthritis and disc disease can cause hip pain as well. Motrin/aleve may help. If not better, consult doc for eval.
Good luck. ...Read more
Depends: This depends on the diagnosis of hip pain which can range from arthritis, to nerve impingement, to soft-tissue inflammation. Rest, over-the-counter pain meds, and low-impact exercise are usually a safe way to start. If you do not get relief, you should seek the advice of a board certified orthopaedic surgeon. ...Read more
Start with primary: Conservative measures such as physical therapy and nsiads is a good place to start. The pain may be from your hip, sacroiliac joint or back. If conservative does not work then your primary can help with the diagnosis and send you to interventional pain management or orthopedics. ...Read more
Many options: There are many causes of hip pain. Pain can be in the front, side, or back of the hip. A few of the more common causes are arthritis, bursitis, and tendonopathy. Some more serious causes are infection, fractures, and cancer. I would recommend seeing your physician if you have sereve pain that wakes you from your sleep. ...Read more
It depends: How old are you, how severe is the scoliosis and do you have an abnormal gait that could potentially and over time put undue strain on the corresponding hip? Have you had the hip pain evaluated?Thus, it is difficult to provide you with a meaningful answer without knowing answers to the above questions. Be well. ...Read more
NSAID: Sounds like the bursa over the trochanter is irritated by this pressure. Non steroidal anti inflammatory agents like Aleve (naproxen) are helpful,but I would see an orthopoedist or PMR doc for full evaluation and make certain this is a hip, and not a spine problem. Topicals can help, physical, therapy, injections and oral medications might be indicated, but diagnosis is required first ...Read more
See your doctor: The right foot is used for both the accelerator and the brake. They may be a little stiffer in a new car and have brought out an underlying hip problem. See your doctor, not the new car dealer. ...Read more
Very rare: Rare reports of arthralgias and myalgias.Get a more detailed answer ›
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