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Causes of Hip Pain

Hip pain is a common complaint among many adults, and it can have various causes. From injury to medical conditions, there are several potential sources of hip discomfort. Understanding the possible reasons for your hip pain can help you better manage your condition and find relief.

Injury: Trauma or overuse injuries are some of the most common causes of hip pain in both athletes and non-athletes alike. Strains, sprains, fractures, or dislocations may all cause significant discomfort that radiates from the hips down into other areas such as the legs or back. These types of injuries often occur when playing sports like soccer or running long distances due to excessive strain on muscles surrounding these joints during high-impact activities

Arthritis: Osteoarthritis is one type that affects millions each year. This degenerative joint disease involves inflammation and deterioration within cartilage tissue which results in stiffness throughout joints including those located near hips as well as swelling around them too.

Bursitis: This painful condition occurs when fluid-filled sacs called 'bursae' become inflamed due to repetitive motion such as squatting frequently without proper stretching beforehand.

Tendonitis: Tendinitis refers specifically to an irritation/inflammation within tendons connecting bones at their respective joint sites. This usually happens with overuse but also with incorrect form while performing certain exercises (e.g., squats).

Sciatica: The sciatic nerve runs along our lower spine down through our buttocks area before branching out into two separate nerves – one going towards each leg. If there’s any sort of pressure placed upon it then we might experience shooting pains radiating from either side or both of your pelvis region .and further still down limbs themselves!

Finally, lifestyle choices such as obesity, lack of exercise, or activity levels combined with poor posture habits may contribute towards developing problems within your hips region too, particularly if you are not taking regular breaks throughout prolonged periods spent sitting at desks, etc. If you believe any one or more of these scenarios could be contributing to your hip-related issues then it's important to seek professional medical advice so an accurate diagnosis and effective plan going forward can be established accordingly.

For any surgical problem or orthopaedic problem contact Dr. Rahul Grover, Glyra Orthopaedics, and here.

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