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Treatments for trochanteric bursitis cases?

Treatments for trochanteric bursitis cases?

Several are availabl: For acute bursitis, local steroid injection is often curative. When this is not possible or when symptoms are more chronic then using anti-inflammatory medications for short periods of time ( 10-14days) is helpful. In either case, physical therapy modalities may also be helpful to relieve pain. ...Read more

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Dr. Ronald Krauser
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Bursitis (Definition)

Bursitis is inflammation of the bursa, a fluid-filled sac that acts as a cushion between ...Read more


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I was diagnosed with trochanteric bursitis, fai, and si dysf. Would a uterine fib. Tumor cause this pain? And it's treatment?

I was diagnosed with trochanteric bursitis, fai, and si dysf. Would a uterine fib. Tumor cause this pain? And it's treatment?

Probably not: Probably not.Trochanteric bursitis can be trated with injection into the trochanteric bursae.Fai treatment is usually arthroscopic surgery to correct what is producing the fai.Need expienced surgeon in arthroscopy of thbe hip jpint. ...Read more

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What is trochanteric bursitis of the hip? How is it treated?

What is trochanteric bursitis of the hip? How is it treated?

Inflammation.: It is an inflammation of the bursa ( sac of fluid), on the outside of your hip. Usually treated with anti-inflammatory medication, icing and physical therapy. Sometimes a cortisone injection is required. ...Read more

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How long should a cortisone injection last for someone with trochanteric bursitis?

How long should a cortisone injection last for someone with trochanteric bursitis?

See details: Hopefully, a single injection should resolve the problem. However, tenderness in this area can occur in conjunction with low back pain. If it does then a local injection will not help. ...Read more

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What do you advise if i was diagnosed with trochanteric bursitis (in both hips) is continuing to work making it worse?

See details: It is likely that bilateral pain in that area is actually referred pain from the lower back instead of a true bursitis. If it is a true bursitis, a local cortisone injection can be very helpful. This is not a cause for disability or stopping work. ...Read more