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Hip Popping Out Of Place
See a physician: It may reassure you to know that the hip joint, the biggest ball and socket joint in the body, simply can't just pop in and out - that is physiologically impossible and if it were possible, would cause tremendous pain and disability. Most likely you have a subluxing iliopsoas tendon (snapping hip syndrome), which can cause popping sensations, but can usually be treated conservatively. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Snap, Crackle & Pop: This is actually somewhat common, but not a true "out of place" situation as you might believe. It is extremely rare for a hip to dislocate spontaneously. This is a powerful joint for obvious reasons. What you feel is likely a snapping of a structure called the iliotibial band over the prominence of the thigh bone. This can be annoying and cause inflammation. Try icing and rest if irritated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Shoulder feels like it pops out of place when put under stress in the right position. Lots of pain. Popping when moving in certain ways.
Needs imaging: You will likely need some advanced imaging (i.e. MRI). See a medical provider for an exam and further work-up. Sounds like a laxed ligament vs partial tear vs bone spur etc. either way, MRI is likely the best mode of initial evaluation. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What causes hip pain? The right hip feels like it ought to be popped out like a doll part, massaged at the joint and popped back in place.
See an Orthopaedist: Their are different potential causes of hip popping, grinding and 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
Usually arthritis: Cause that , when the joint surface get rough the bone dose not move smoothly as it was before it is normally smooth that cause the cracking of the joint when you move it. ...Read more
Fell getting out of shower heard knee pop, pain on inside of knee. I can do everything w pain. treatment/possible diagnosis?
Knee injury: Possible injuries include simple contusion of the knee cap, sprain or tear of cartilage or ligaments. Swelling usually accompanies the latter two injuries. At this time treatment consists of rest, elevation, cold applications for two days followed by intermittent warm applications, and,if you can take them, anti-inflammatory medications like Advil or Aleve (naproxen). See an orthopedic surgeon as needed ...Read more
What would cause hip problems locking/pain at young age? Under 30 hip locks painful and feels like popping out of joint?
Examination needed: Multiple causes are possible. You could be complaining of a painful snapping hip (psoas tendon or iliotibial band are common culprits). Internal joint damage is also possible: tears of the labrum or joint cartilage can cause intermittent painful catching. A thorough examination by your pcp or orthopaedic surgeon will likely lead to e answer for your hip. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
This is common: It's the way your costal arch was formed. It's not a problem; the arches are not sharp and there's no real danger of them damaging a vital organ. ...Read more
Hip pop: Yes it is possible to dislocate your hip, but it would generally take a great for or trauma. Popping of hip joint due to mild mis-alignment or tendon tightness is common. ...Read more
Knee: Possible. Need consult with Orthopedic specialist.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hip pain: Hip dislocation is relatively rare, but serious. Symptoms include severe pain in the hip, worsening with leg movement. The leg on the affected side appears shorter than the other. There may be numbness or pain down the back of the thigh if the sciatic nerve is involved. A dislocated hip also makes the individual unable to walk. ...Read more
While a knee has twisted, what could give a sensation of a tight band crossing over the knee cap "snapping" back into place like a rubberband?
Plica: Your description fits that of the relatively uncommon plica or shelf.This can cause popping / catching about the kneecap... However, so can patellar subluxations( kneecap slipping) as well as loose bodies and meniscal ( cartilage tears)( less common). See your ORS for exam and definitive diagnosis . Good Luck! ...Read more
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