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  • Common Hip Injuries in Sports

    Common Hip Injuries in Sports

    The hips are relatively well protected by the upper thigh muscles, glutes (buttocks), and lower back muscles. Unless you’ve suffered severe trauma from a terrible accident, a hip injury most likely results from overuse of the hip joint and the surrounding muscles. Learn more.

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  • Robotic Hip Replacement Recovery Time and Post-Surgery Care

    Robotic Hip Replacement Recovery Time and Post-Surgery Care

    When considering hip replacement surgery, one of the things you need to think about is recovery. In this article, we'll delve into what robotic hip replacement is and discuss what patients can expect during their recovery period.

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  • What Are Signs and Symptoms of Gluteus Maximus Injury?

    What Are Signs and Symptoms of Gluteus Maximus Injury?

    Injuring your gluteus maximus could affect your ability to sit, stand, bend, and walk without pain. In this article, we will delve into the signs and symptoms of a gluteus maximus injury, their causes, and treatments.

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  • Hip Conditions in Young Adults and Athletes

    Hip Conditions in Young Adults and Athletes

    Pain in older people is usually caused by arthritis, lower back problems, or other wear-related concerns. Meanwhile, the causes of hip problems in younger men and women often vary greatly. This means that these conditions bring about varied symptoms and require different treatments.

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  • Here’s What to Expect During Your Hip Labral Tear Recovery: A Timeline Overview

    Here’s What to Expect During Your Hip Labral Tear Recovery: A Timeline Overview

    To help give you a holistic overview of hip labral tear recovery, we have provided some insights into the labral repair protocol and answered frequently asked questions about labral tear treatment.

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  • Common Causes of Hip Pain and When to Seek Treatment

    Common Causes of Hip Pain and When to Seek Treatment

    It's essential to know what the causes are behind hip pain and which treatment options to seek if you are suffering from this condition. So, what should you do if you find yourself suffering from hip pain? We’ll delve into the options.

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  • What Does a Hip Labral Tear Feel Like?

    What Does a Hip Labral Tear Feel Like?

    Patients who have previous records of hip injuries or conditions are at a high risk of developing a labral tear.
    In this article, we will delve into some signs of a hip labral tear to help you identify the discomfort in your hip.

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  • Trochanteric Bursitis: Best Exercises and Stretches

    Trochanteric Bursitis: Best Exercises and Stretches

    Trochanteric bursitis refers to the inflammation of the bursa of a patient's hip. However, wIth the right advice from a healthcare professional and effective stretching exercises, this condition is manageable and treatable.

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  • Trochanteric Bursitis Treatments

    Trochanteric Bursitis Treatments

    Greater trochanteric bursitis can affect just about anyone, but age and lifestyle can play a role in the development of this condition. There are several reasons why someone may develop trochanteric bursitis.

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