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EXPERIENCING HIP PAIN?
Hip pain can significantly impact a person’s daily life, causing discomfort and limiting mobility throughout the day. During daytime activities, individuals may experience symptoms like sharp or throbbing pain, swelling, and a reduced range of motion in the hip joint.
These symptoms can make it difficult to perform regular tasks, like walking, climbing stairs, or even getting up from a seated position. The intensity and frequency of these symptoms can vary, but they often worsen with prolonged activity or extended periods of inactivity.
Nighttime can also bring challenges. Pain may intensify when lying down or changing positions, making it difficult to fall asleep or stay asleep comfortably. Morning stiffness is another common issue, as the hip joint may feel tight and inflexible upon first getting out of bed.
By seeking appropriate treatment most hip pain sufferers can alleviate joint pain symptoms and improve their ability to get around comfortably once again.
WHAT CAUSES HIP PAIN?
Hip pain is in adults and can be caused by various factors, ranging from injuries to chronic conditions. Some of the most common causes of hip pain include:
Arthritis: Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis can cause inflammation and degeneration of the hip joint, leading to pain, stiffness, and limited mobility.
Bursitis: Inflammation of the bursa, a fluid-filled sac that cushions the hip joint, can cause sharp, localized pain, particularly when moving or applying pressure to the hip.
Tendinitis: Overuse or strain can lead to inflammation of the tendons surrounding the hip joint, resulting in pain and limited range of motion.
Hip Labral Tear: The labrum, a ring of cartilage that lines the hip socket, can become torn due to injury or wear and tear, causing pain and instability in the joint.
Muscle Strains: Overstretching or tearing of the muscles around the hip can lead to pain, swelling, and difficulty moving the affected area.
Hip Fractures: Fractures of the hip bone can result from falls, accidents, or weakened bone due to osteoporosis, causing severe pain and difficulty walking.
THE HIP JOINT CARRIES THE BODY
The hip joint is responsible for supporting your body’s weight and allowing for a wide range of motion, making it particularly susceptible to pain and discomfort. Understanding the underlying causes of hip pain is crucial for determining the appropriate treatment and management strategies.
Pain, popping, clicking, and snapping in your hip can be signs of damage and dysfunction in the joint. Hip pain can occur anywhere in or around the ball-and-socket joint of your hip. The location of your pain — whether at the front, back, or side of your hip — can provide helpful insight about which anatomical structures are involved. The type of pain you’re experiencing is another factor our doctors use to determine the cause of your pain.
Frequently, hip pain arises from wear-and-tear or poor biomechanics, such as sitting with crossed legs for extended periods. Traumatic events, like car accidents, slips, falls, and sports injuries, are also common culprits. Inflammation and arthritis can contribute to hip pain as well.
To pinpoint the root cause of your discomfort and receive personalized care, schedule a consultation discovery session at Integrated Medical Group.