Hip pain

Encompassing a variety of conditions ranging from soft tissue such as trochanteric bursitis, hip tendonitis and labral tears to bone conditions such as femoro-acetabular impingement and hip osteoarthritis. Treatment is aimed at the underlying cause of pain and assessment would be made by a consultant. Further investigations such as scans may be necessary to make a diagnosis. Treatment can include physiotherapy, injections and surgery.

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  • Tendonitis In The Ankle

    Tendonitis typically occurs following an injury to a tendon. It is where the tendon swells up and becomes painful. For most tendonitis cases, you can treat them at home and you’ll likely begin to feel better within three weeks. However, do check that you have tendonitis first. Checking if you have tendonitis Tendons connect muscles […]

  • Ankle Pain When Walking

    The ankle is a very complex thing. There are loads of tendons, bones, ligaments and cartilage. This means that ankle pain can be any number of things. Plus, it has to support your weight whenever you aren’t sitting down. This means that ankles are a very common place to get an injury, and this injury […]

  • Tendonitis In The Foot

    Tendonitis is a very common cause of foot and ankle pain. As you know, all your muscles are anchored to your bones with tendons. These are strong string-like things. Tendonitis is an inflammation surrounding these tendons. Typically with tendonitis, you’ll have pain during activity, but it typically goes away when you rest, only to return. […]