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Hip exercises

Hip exercises are commonly prescribed for older adults after hip injury or surgery. Even without hip problems, it’s also a good idea to…

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Using a cane

Using a cane is one approach to relieving joint paint from osteoarthritis. If your osteoarthritis is starting to cause more pain and…

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The hip joint

The hip joint is a true ball-and-socket joint. This arrangement gives the hip a large amount of motion needed for daily activities…

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Testing for osteoarthritis

Testing for osteoarthritis begins in your physician’s office.

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis. It is also known as degenerative…

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Stress fracture of the hip

A stress fracture of the hip is a hairline crack in bone which can grow larger, if left unattended. When they occur in…

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What to do about hip pain

What to do about hip pain? When arthritis of the hip becomes so painful and limiting that their lives become unlivable, many…

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Hip pain in the middle-aged patient

Hip pain in the middle-aged patient may or may not lead to hip replacement surgery. Surgical treatment for hip pain in the…

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Hip pain after total hip replacement surgery

The last two questions we’ll address in this series about total hip replacement relate to regaining motion and to residual hip pain.

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