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Hip Pointer Pain After Running
After running a week ago, I am experiencing discomfort in my right hip. It's not pain just discomfort. Will it go away on its own?
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
After running exercising (high impact) I have a dull ache deep inside each hip when I put pressure on it from walking steps for a good few days afterwards?
See sports Med doc: See sports Med doc, it could be be a small fracture ...Read more
I am experiencing groin pain and hip pain. Mainly after running and sport, hurts most when I push my pelvis and hips outward and around that angle.
May be coming from your lumbar spine (The nerve arising between the 4th and 5th Lumbar vetebrae.
Ask your Primary Care Provider if a n MRI is indicated!
(The running can increase a "slippage" if one vertebra is "sliding" over the other Medical Term SPONDYLOLISTHESIS L4-L5
Just a thought Hope its helpful
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Surgeon read mri &said I re-tore my hip labrum, then injected my hip as a test &told to try to recreate the pain. I came back an hour later after running &was told it must be something else because I was still in pain. Told to see hernia specialist. HELP?
I was diagnosed with sciatica 8 weeks ago it hasn't improved after 8 weeks rest pt heat haven't helped could it be my hip? I saw my PC doctor 8 weeks ago after I injured my back after running. I was diagnosed with sciatica after an MRI to my back were neg
If it only occurs after running, it may be that your pubic symphysis is irritated for some reason. The front center of your pelvis is actually held together by a cartilage, which can become irritated or inflamed when placed under undue stress. This is pretty commonly seen and has many causes. Might be helpful to get a formal exam to see what's going on. More info here: http://bit. Ly/2t6t5wB ...Read more
Got a hip pointer 1 month ago from sledding into a tree. It still feels funny and limited. It doesn't hurt but I feel something there. Is this ok?
Probably ok: It is unlikely you broke it if weight bearing does not hurt but I'm not sure what you mean by limited. I would give it a little bit longer and if it does not continue to improve you might want to have it checked out in a few weeks. ...Read more
I got a hip pointer a month ago, but it still feels funny. When I move and walk, it still feels like something is being pulled. It's not painful. Y?
See a DO (osteopath): You didn't state in your history how this all happened, but you should get a second opinion from an osteopathic dr, who can evaluate you, do an osteopathic examination of your head, neck, spine, hip, pelvis, sacrum and lower/upper extremities to see how your trauma may have impacted your soft tissues, that occasionally are responding by the 'feeling funny, pulling sensation'. S/he can treat you 2. ...Read more
Should I feel any discomfort after my left hip pointer has healed? It's been 2 months and my hip does not feel like it's back to normal. Should it?
Stretch ; strength: Hip pointer can take a long time to heal. You should focus on stretching and strengthening program and anticipate resolution. ...Read more
No: Running is not a good idea. Artificial joints wear like the tires on a car. More miles means more wear. Walking is good and trek poles will add 40% to the exercise. Swimming, dancing, golfing, light weight lifting, and cycling are also good. Avoid activities that involve impact stress on joints such as jumping, jogging, running, raquetball, and tennis, as well as contact sports like football. ...Read more
Most can return: The most common type of hip bursitis is trochanteric bursitis and occurs on the lateral (outside) side of the hip. Iliopsoas bursitis occurs on the anterior (front) side of the hip. Most do well with relative rest, rehab. Focused on strengthening and stretching and anti-inflammatories. Injections, especially those done under ultrasound gudiance, tend to be effective. A high % return to running! ...Read more
Having pain in lower middle hip area just above the groin, both sides while sitting but not standing or running. Particularly on benches.
Curious: Bilateral pain region anterior superior iliac crests with sitting but not locomotion in twenties male is odd. Symptoms suggest tendonitis transversus abdominis muscle stressed when sitting on hard surface. Bilaterality raises idea that he pursued excessive physical activity like sit-ups or weight lifting ; strained these tissues. Heat ; rest ; see doctor if persists or sooner if becomes constant. ...Read more
I was in gym and was running and I stepped down and felt a pop in my hip it didn't at the time but now it does should I get it checked out no swelling?
Yes: I would have it looked at, it may happen again and there may be something todo to prevent it. ...Read more
Maybe: A very important question is why do you have severe osteoporosis at such a young age and what can be done about it. There are new developments in osteoporosis treatment including a new understanding regarding vitamin d deficiency, and newer medications for building bone (forteo). Osteoporosis and running will require a fine balance. You are at increased risk of stress fx or pathologic fx. ...Read more
Bursitis of the hip.: Bursitis is an inflammatory process of the fluid-filled cushion that surrounds an protects the hip joint. Generally this does heal on its own, maybe supported by anti-inflammatory medications, but it can take several weeks to properly heal. If not, then an Orthopedic evaluation may be wise. ...Read more
I have pain in my left hip since running long distance. I have a half marathon on 28th of this month what should I do?
Have it evaluated.: Skip the half marathon and get the hip evaluated by an orthopedist. You do not want to make the problem worse by ignoring it. ...Read more
After daily running in summer, my hip aches when I do planks and sometimes when I lie on side or move a certain way. Run 1x a wk now. What can it be?
Trochantericbursitis: Your symptoms could be due to trochanteric bursitis or tendonitis. I recommend seeing a clinician who can help differentiate the two. If trochanteric bursitis, a steroid injection might help. Physical therapy and NSAIDS (ibuprofen/naproxen) and ice, along with rest could help both. ...Read more
Bursitis: Trochanteric bursitis or inflammation of the the fluid filled sack over the hip bone (greater trochanter) is a common cause of lateral hip pain in runners. If stretching and anti-inflammatory medications have not helped, you should get a steroid injection. You r primary care doc can do this or if they are not comfortable with it, get a referral to pain management. ...Read more
Orthopedic surgeon: With so much bilateral hip discomfort at your age, I recommend that you see an orthopedic surgeon or a rheumatologist for diagnosis and treatment soon as you want to limit any pathology that may cause permanent damage. ...Read more
I am a runner, 4 weeks ago my hip hurt after my run. It resolved so I resumed running then it hurt to even walk. Now walking is ok but still can't run?
Hip pain: Vague to say hip. Is pain in the butt area, the groin, or the outside of the hip? There are different sources for pain in each of these. If the outside of the hip area, you have trochanteric bursitis whichcan be treated with cold packs and medication but may require steroid injections and physical therapy. If you're referring to groin pain then you may have a labral tear which an MRI to diagnose. ...Read more
Yes I have a pain in my inner hip by position and also pain in my ankle which may have been caused by early morning running didn't do any loosening up?
See details: You did not ask a question. If you have pain then you should consider seeing an orthopedist. ...Read more
Sciatica: A common cause for the type of "shooting pain" described is an injury to the sciatic nerve. Anti-inflammatory medication and physical therapy are common treatments for nerve injuries, but the best treatment is to start off with a trip to a neurologist's office for an evaluation. ...Read more
Hip Imingment?: There are many possible causes of your symptoms and a full history, physical exam, and imaging studies may be required to confirm the diagnosis. One possibility is femoroacetabular impingement, which is an abnormal pressure of the ball/neck of the hip joint with the socket. Many people complain that the sitting position, when the hip is flexed, causes the most symptoms. ...Read more
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