Snapping hip syndrome is characterised as a snapping or a clicking experienced within in the hip joint. It may or may not produce an audible sound and can also lead to feelings of weakness or instability within the hip.
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Posted by on 3/1/2018 to Knee Pain
If you are suffering from nagging pains affecting the hips, back, knee, and core muscles that are not easily resolved, then the likelihood is overcompensation issues and changes in gait are at the heart of the matter.
Posted by on 2/15/2018 to Hip Pain
Open Hip surgery is the traditional hip surgery; typical only used when there is a large amount of damage to the tendon / muscle tissue, fractures are result from an acute injury or there are several tendons or ligaments have been damaged as well.
Posted by on 2/2/2018 to Tendinitis & Tendinosis
If you are suffering from Adductor Tendonitis you may have pain if you touch the area where tendon attaches in the pelvis. A sharp, stabbing pain may be experienced in your groin and inner thigh area. Pain levels raise when squeezing your legs together or when moving your affected leg away from the mid-line of the body.
Posted by on 8/20/2017 to Exercises & Stretches
Misaligned hips will eventually lead to stresses not only on the hips themselves, but also the back, core muscles, IT Band and more.
Posted by on 7/28/2017 to Exercises & Stretches
If you suffer from sciaitca and the corresponding back and hip pain, then the piriformis muscle just may be the culprit.
Posted by on 6/30/2017 to Tendinitis & Tendinosis
Symptoms of adductor tendinitis will vary depending upon underlying causes (injury or biomechanics). Groin injuries comprise 2 - 5% of all sports injuries; adductor tendinitis and tendinopathy are among the most common causes of groin pain in athletes.