Hip Pain

What is Hip Pain? Hip pain can be caused by a variety of conditions, including arthritis, bursitis, or injuries. It may manifest as discomfort in the hip joint, groin, thigh, or buttocks, affecting mobility and daily activities.

Common Treatments:

  1. Conservative: Physical therapy to improve strength and flexibility, weight management, and assistive devices if needed.
  2. Medications: Anti-inflammatory medications, pain relievers, or osteoporosis medications if applicable.
  3. Minimally Invasive Injections: Corticosteroid injections to reduce inflammation in the hip joint.


  1. Q: Can hip pain be a sign of underlying health conditions?
    A: Yes, chronic or severe hip pain should be evaluated by a physiatrist to identify potential underlying causes.
  2. Q: What exercises are beneficial for hip pain?
    A: Specific exercises guided by a physiatrist or physical therapist can alleviate symptoms and improve hip function.
  3. Q: How effective are injections for hip pain?
    A: Injections can provide significant relief, especially when combined with a comprehensive treatment plan.

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