The hip joint consists of thigh, which is part of the pelvic bone and femur hip cool. Both the acetabulum and hip capsule is “dressed” with smooth cartilage that ensures that movements take place with minimum friction and resistance. Musculoskeletal pain is very common and can cause significant pain. However, other causes of hip pain may not originate in the hip itself. A herniated disc or trauma to the sciatic nerve and spinal stenosis can also cause significant hip pain. Pain in the hip can be very troublesome and can provide great difficulty functioning in grocery and employment, which in turn will reduce the quality of life.
There are over 40% of absenteeism due to pains in muscles and / or bone. Altogether this costs society about 72 billion annually. Hip pain can occur in any age group, but hip wear and referred pain are often problems associated with age increase. Muscle Inflammation and groin pain occurs most frequently in younger people. The treatment by our practitioners at Chiro and SportsMed finds a relationship between age and disorders. Often, when the leg length is examined we often see a correlation between hip and groin pain and leg length difference.
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