Pain - hip
Hip-related pain is not always felt directly over the hip. Instead, you may feel it in the middle of your thigh or in your groin. Similarly, pain you feel in the hip may actually reflect a problem in your back, rather than your hip itself.
See: Low back pain
Hip fractures are a significant and serious cause of sudden hip pain. Hip fractures become more common as people age because...Read more
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In this study, researchers from the Gait and Posture Lab at the University of Montreal in Canada compare walking patterns between patients who had a... Read more »