Hip pain is common in adults and often causes functional disability. Among adults who play sports, the incidence of chronic hip pain is 30 to 40 percent [1|2]. Among all adults over 60, the incidence of hip pain is 12 to 15 percent [3|4]. Hip joint labral injuries and synovitis are common causes of hip pain in younger adults, while trochanteric pain syndrome and osteoarthritis become more common with aging. Important causes include referred pain from lumbosacral radiculopathy and aortoiliac arterial insufficiency.
- Hip misalignment and impacts
- x-rays to take
- Five orthopedic Hip Examinations
- Manipulation: Femoral Anteversion #1
- Manipulation: Femoral Anteversion #2
- Bone Model Demonstration
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