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Medicine For Hip Injuries
Depends: Depends on a lot of factors, like age, how hard of a fall, etc., but most likely a hip contusion or bruising of the bone of the hip to the worse case scenario, a fracture. ...Read more
Trauma from fall: The most serious hip injury would be a fracture of the "surgical neck" of the long bone of the thigh (femur). Depending on the patient's age and medical condition, treatment can range from prolonged bed rest to hip replacement surgery. Outside of a fracture, most injuries are minor, consisting of bruises and sore muscles. ...Read more
Hip injuries: Trauma or damage to joint which articulates pelvis with the femur, ...Read more
Depends on severity: It depends on the severity of the injury and the type. Fractures or broken bones take 8 to 12 weeks to heal in a healthy person. In someone elderly it may take longer. Soft tissue injuries or muscle pulls about the hip can also will take several months. ...Read more
Many: The list is too numerous to mention. Spend more time being a better rider and less time memorizing injuries and you will be much better off. Was there a specific injury you were concerned about? ...Read more
Depends: Depends on the severity of the fall and age and health of the patient. Older patients more likely to suffer hip fractures. Younger patients less likely to break their hips. Other injuries are soft tissue or injuries to where the muscle attaches to the hip. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on the severity of the fall and health of the patient. Older patients more likely to suffer hip fractures. If the hip is not broken then usually there bruising or soft tissue injures about the hip and these injuries are not very bad compared to a fracture. ...Read more
Pain: Pain wil be the first symptom.Get a more detailed answer ›
Groin Pain: Injures of the hip joint typically involve groin pain. There may be clicking/catching of the hip when rotating or flexing the hip by bringing the knee close to your chest. Pelvic injury symptoms depend on the injury. A bony injury is unlikely unless from a high energy accident or collision. Soft tissue injury of the pelvis usually is from muscle avulsion from an explosive athletic maneuver or fall. ...Read more
No: Nothing natural on this planet can create hips nor remove hips in a week. Beware of salespeople hawking products claiming to have such effects. Who really knows what are in such products? Who knows if any claims or package lables are accurate? ...Read more
Most commonly pain: Pain and limited range of motion. I would also ask what activities made the pain worse or better. Hip can sometimes present as vague groin pain, increases with internal rotation. Rib pain is tender to touch, and may increase with deep breath or cough. Have your doc check it out to make a diagnosis. ...Read more
Not symmetric: We aren't symmetric (not exact same from 1 side to the other). We use our bodies, and each side of our bodies, differently. Ex, carrying a bag, purse, etc, more on 1 side. Over time this affects us. Good exercise program will help identify these asymmetries and help you get closer to balance. ...Read more
Other than breaking the hip, what bad injuries can a person get in their hip from falling off a horse?
Bursitis, contusion: Falling off a horse can lead to a myriad of hip complaints, to include: greater trochanteric bursitis, simple muscle bruising or injury (abductors or "rotator cuff" muscles of the hip), cartilage damage to hip joint leading to arthritis, a hip labral tear, hip joint subluxation or dislocation, to name the main injuries observed. ...Read more
I've. Been having pains on my right hip for a week. I've taken medicine for the pain. Not helping. What do I do?
I'm starting to get back in shape. I notice my left hip started hurting after I ran. Is it because my body isn't used to the run or can it be an injury?
Hip pain: The pain could be either from an injury or because your body isn't used to running. It is important to make sure your form is good, your shoes are good and that you are stretching properly and taking care of your potential injury. Depending where in the hip you may need to use a foam roller or do some special stretches. A physical therapist or running coach may be able to help you with stretch. ...Read more
None: Half of women would look like pamela anderson if there was such a pill. ...Read more
Depends on severity: Hip injuries can range from mild sprains or strains to severe injuries including fractures. Recovery following mild injuries may be 1-3 weeks but can take up to a year if there has been a fracture. ...Read more
Yes: If the injury was to the hips or legs and possibly one leg is slightly shorter than the other one. ...Read more
Hip replacement: Complications of a total hip replacement include loosening and infection. ...Read more