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Doctor insights on: Overpronation Dislocated Hips

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How painful is it to dislocate your hip?

How painful is it to dislocate your hip?

Very painful: Fortunately it typically only happens
in major accidents such as mva
it needs to be reduced as soon as
possible to prevent further complications
in the future. ...Read more

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How can you know if you dislocated your hip?

How can you know if you dislocated your hip?

Pain: It is usually intensely painful. A dislocated hip is nearly impossible to walk on and for a natural hip, usually follows severe trauma. ...Read more

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What to do if I might have dislocated my hip?

What to do if I might have dislocated my hip?

Go to ER: You need to have it looked at and if dislocated you need to have it put back into alignment. ...Read more

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I dislocated my hip, with no pain, what to do?

I dislocated my hip, with no pain, what to do?

Unlikely: Much more likely you have 'snapping hip' syndrome where tendons can 'pop' as they attach across your hip joint (fascia lata about greater trochanter, or iliopsoas muscle along ' front' of hip joint).True hip dislocations in adults require urgent closed reduction and are most often seen in mva's where the driver/ passenger's thigh/ knee strikes the dashboard 'pushing' the hip 'out the back' (post). ...Read more

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Is it normal for my hip to randomly dislocate?

Is it normal for my hip to randomly dislocate?

No: The hip joint is a very stable joint in the body. A dislocation is typically a traumatic event (e.g. Car accident). Although you may get the sensation that the hip is "dislocating", this is probably not the case. If you are concerned about your hip, seek out an orthopaedic consult with xrays for evaluation. ...Read more

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What can I do to stop the pain from dislocated hips?

Pain medicine: Once the hips have been relocated, temporary pain control can be achieved with the help of pain medication. ...Read more

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What happens if you dislocate the same hip a second time?

Repeat surgery: This frequently means that revision hip surgery may be needed to try avoiding further episodes of dislocation

best to discuss this with your orthopedic suregon. ...Read more

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I dislocated my hip once and now ill be doing everyday things and it will pop and is very painfull. Any way to help stop that?

Be seen: I would be seen to get a specific diagnosis as there are many possibilities including a Labrador tear or avascular necrosis among other possibilities. ...Read more

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I've fallen on my hip a couple years ago worst pain I've ever felt I still have pain off and on, have I dislocated? I dance and im hard on it a lot.

I've fallen on my hip a couple years ago worst pain I've ever felt I still have pain off and on, have I dislocated? I dance and im hard on it a lot.

Joint injury: Chronic "hip" pain after remote fall implicates joints/ligaments. Anesthetic blocks of sacroiliac joint, trochanteric bursa & hip joint help to diagnose. MRI of hip socket w. dye to R/O acetabular cartilaginous tear. Pyriformis syndrome concern. Orthopedic Surgeons often unskilled at chronic soft tissue injury diagnosis. Imaging studies rarely define & hands-on evaluation by Osteopath advised. ...Read more

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What can I do for a dislocated hip?

Be seen: If you actually have a dislocated hip, you would be in severe pain and unable to walk or even move. You would call an ambulance, be taken to the emergency room, where it would be urgently reduced. ...Read more

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How can you treat a dislocated hip?

How can you treat a dislocated hip?

Relocation: Whether the hip is artificial or native prompt reduction decreases pain and restores function. Due to the spasm of very large muscles around the hip reduction usually requires anesthesia and significant force to put back into place. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of a dislocated hip?

What are symptoms of a dislocated hip?

Extreme pain: Pain is the primary symptom, with inability to walk or even move a secondary. It usually takes a large amount of force to dislocate a hip, and a large amount of effort to get it back into place. Without a trauma like a motor vehicle accident, it is very rare. ...Read more

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What should I do about a dislocated hip?

See a physician: A truly dislocated hip is a surgical emergency and requires admission to a hospital. ...Read more

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What are some ways to fix a dislocated hip?

Reduce: Closed reduction under some form of anesthesia is the most common procedure. If the hip can not be successfully reduced closed, than an incision may need to be made which would then be known as a open reduction. ...Read more

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What should I do to get a dislocated hip fixed?

Urgent evaluation: Urgent evaluation in an emergency room to have the dislocation out back in place. ...Read more

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How long does it take to recover from a dislocated hip?

Varies: It varies somewhat, but most uncomplicated dislocations with out any further problems will
Be pretty well Recovered by 8-12 weeks. ...Read more

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How long should it take to recover from a dislocated hip?

Depends: Was there a fracture? If not it can take up to 6 months minimum. 12 months is not unheard of. Rehab, rehab, rehab. Muscle balance, esp glute strength. ...Read more

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Why is the shoulder more commonly dislocated than the hip?

Why is the shoulder more commonly dislocated than the hip?

Anatomy: The shoulder joint is a little like a golf ball on a tee, and relies on ligaments and muscles to remain in position (located). The hip is more like a ball inside a socket, or a bowl that wraps halfway around the ball. It is much easier to knock a ball off a golf tee, than out of a bowl. ...Read more

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If I dislocated hip 2 years ago, what can I do for pain now?

Need an x-ray now!: A hip dislocation may disturb the blood supply to the femoral head. When that happens, avascular or osteo necrosis may develop. This is a serious condition and needs to be evaluated by a board certified orthopaedic surgeon. Try otc nsaid's for pain relief until you can see an orthopod. ...Read more

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How long does it take to fully recover from a dislocated hip?

Varies: Barring any complications such as a recurrent dislocation or avascular necrosis, about 8-12 weeks on average to recover from an uncomplicated hip dislocation. ...Read more

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What causes someone to feel like their right hip is dislocated?

What causes someone to feel like their right hip is dislocated?

Snapping hip: The most likely cause is a muscle on the outside of your hip called the tensa fascia latae that extend more distally to form your illiotibial (it) band that "pops" rather than glides over a bony prominence in the upper part of your thigh bone (femur). The pop/ clunk feels like your hip is dislocating. The illiopsoas (hip flexor) muscle on the front part of the hip can also produce a snap. ...Read more

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Need some info about my daughters dislocated hip--what can they do?

Need some info about my daughters dislocated hip--what can they do?

Depends on the age: Traumatic hip dislocation - pediatric - pediatrics - orthobullets. Com
www. Orthobullets. Com/pediatrics/.../traumatic-hip-dislocation--pediat...Mar 12, 2012 – introduction. Typically seen after high energy trauma. Can occur after low energy mechanism while engaging in sporting activities. Posterior. ..

Pediatric hip dysplasia - dislocated hips in children
orthopedics. About. Com ›. .. › pediatric ort. ...Read more

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What happens if you have a dislocated hip but you don't try to fix it?

What happens if you have a dislocated hip but you don't try to fix it?

Avascular Necrosis: And bad arthiritis, and nerve injury
as the thighbone is pushed out of its socket, it can disrupt blood vessels and nerves. When blood supply to the bone is lost, the bone can die, resulting in avascular necrosis or osteonecrosis. The protective cartilage covering the bone may also be damaged, which increases the risk of developing arthritis in the joint. ...Read more

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I had a dislocated hip as a baby. How likely are my children to get it?

I had a dislocated hip as a baby. How likely are my children to get it?

3-4%, but...: Developmental hip dysplasia, new term for 'congenital hip dislocation, ' occurs way more often in girls and in babies born in breech position. Therefore, the chance will be more or less depending upon the gender and presentation of fetus. ...Read more

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A dislocated prostisis hip after 8 years in early 50s what is the likelihood of dislocation again?

A dislocated prostisis hip after 8 years in early 50s what is the likelihood of dislocation again?

50% +: Unfortunate that hip dislocated after 8 years. Usually occurs within the first 2 months while the tissue that is holding the hip in place heals. If you have a dislocation at 8 years usually because of a accident or putting hip in a position that over stretches the hip joint. That position is dependent on the type of approach to the hip used by surgeon. Talk to surgeon about restrictions. ...Read more

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I was born in 65 with a dislocated hip throughout the years i'd get occasional pain right below my hip the last two days it has not gone away?

Let understand you: You have dislocated hip and was not treated?
Or you have dislocated hip and was treated? And know you have some concern about pain below the hip.
Please let me know?
I will answer you. ...Read more

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Can congenital dislocated hip affect childhood development?

Usually not: Developmental hip dysplasia, formerly called congenital hip dislocation, should not affect future development unless associated with another anomaly in major organ. ...Read more