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A layer of smooth tissue called cartilage cushions the surface of the bones, helping the ball to rotate easily in the socket. Fluid-filled sacs (bursae) cushion the area where muscles or tendons glide across bone. The capsule surrounding the joint also has a lining (synovium) that secretes a clear liquid called synovial fluid. This fluid lubricates the joint, further reducing friction and making movement easier.
Leg and Hip pain are most commonly caused by misalignments of the spine. This can irritate the nerves causing pain and muscle spasms. Your hips and legs support the entire body and give you strength, stability, flexibility, and mobility. For this reason there is a high amount of stress put on these body parts. Hip pain can sometimes be confused with back ache because of where the spine connects with the pelvis.
Symptoms of Hip Pain
About 15 percent of people over age 60 experience hip pain, but it can also develop in younger people. Aching pain in your hip joint, down your thigh, or in your groin area can all radiate from an injury or abnormality in your hip. Pain is one of the symptoms of inflammation, along with swelling, warmth, and redness; together these are signals that a problem may exist.
Causes of Hip Pain
Hip pain can be caused by an injury such as a fall or fracture, but the most common sources of hip pain are chronic conditions like arthritis or bursitis. Osteoporosis may also lead to hip pain.
How is it diagnosed?
Our hip pain specialist Singapore, diagnose hip pain as follow:
Hip Pain Specialist Treatment
Hip Pain Treatments are:
- Anti-inflammatory medication
- Anti-inflammatory injections
- Surgery may be required for severe cases
Some Common Hip pain includes:
- Osteoarthritis of Hip
- Trochanteric Bursitis
- Hip Sprain
- Hip Fracture
- Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS)
- Avascular Necrosis (AVN)
- Developmental dysplasia (dislocation) of the hip (DDH)
NOTE: Causes shown here are commonly associated with hip pain. Work with our specialist and his fine staff on your health for an accurate diagnosis and proper treatment by calling us at (65) 66532628 – 24HR Hotline for an appointment NOW!