The human hip joint is not prone to as many issues as smaller, more complex joints like the wrist or knee. A growing number of athletes and active adults, however, are suffering from common hip injuries. Oftentimes, the cause of pain is the result of acute trauma, such as a car accident, fall, or sports related impact. Modern orthopaedic medicine and hip specialists are helping people overcome these common hip injuries and return to an active lifestyle. Learn more about Beacon Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine’s Hip Center.
Common Hip Conditions
- Muscle Strains
- Contusions (Hip Pointer)
- Stress Fractures
- Labral Tears
- Tendinitis or Bursitis
For more information about common hip conditions, click here.
More than 30,000 hip replacements are performed each year in the US.
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Causes of Hip Pain
Symptoms of Hip Pain
- Reduced movement in the hip joint
- Muscle stiffness
- Discomfort in thigh, hip joint, groin, buttocks
- Cannot put weight on the hip or leg
- Pain is intense and came suddenly
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Diagnosis and treatment of a hip injury should only be performed by a trained, board certified orthopaedic or sports medicine surgeon. If you are suffering from a hip injury, please schedule an appointment online or by phone call and every effort will be made to schedule the patient as soon as possible.Book an Appointment
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