It is a common complaint that has many causes. Determining what is the cause of your symptoms may be straightforward, or it may require special tests to make a diagnosis. Once the cause of it is determined, appropriate treatment can begin.
Trochanteric bursitis is an extremely common problem that causes inflammation of the bursa over the outside of the hip joint.
The diagnosis of a hip pointer means that there is a bone bruise, or possibly a fracture, of the pelvis; this injury is usually caused by a football tackle.
Snapping Hip Syndrome
Snapping hip syndrome is an unusual cause of pain, but can be quite bothersome. There are several causes of a snapping hip, and each of these are discussed here.
Sacroiliac Joint Syndrome
Inflammation of the sacroiliac joint (SI joint) can be a difficult problem to diagnose. However, once treatment for SI joint inflammation begins, the problem from the SI joint usually resolves with chiropractic and physical therapy treatment.
Iliotibial Band Syndrome
Symptoms of Iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS) include aching on the outer side of knees and hips. This is caused by injury to Ilio Tibial band.
Piriformis Syndrome is an unusual cause pain. It is caused by injury to Piriformis muscle.