Pain - hip
A hip fracture is considered a medical emergency. Therefore, if suspected, you should get medical help right away.
As the pain improves, gradually begin to exercise. It is best to work with a physical therapist to learn proper exercises and how to advance your activity. Swimming...Read more
The pain was like nothing I had ever felt before. I was playing Australian tennis with some friends and had just moved over to the singles... Read more »
Lately, I’ve found that my hips have stiffened up. According to my massage therapist, part of the reason is due to lower back issues that... Read more »
A great gift idea for someone you care about is a journal-a healing journal. Journals come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. Journals can... Read more »
Doctors at the Mayo Clinic report the long-term results of a total hip replacement (THR) after a hip fracture didn't heal. They followed 99 patients... Read more »
A snapping hip can cause deep groin pain, burning in the groin, or a popping/snapping sensation that can be quite painful. It often doesn't respond... Read more »