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Sports Related Injury – Hip Osteoarthritis

Sports Related Injury – Hip Osteoarthritis - Symptoms

Hip pain can be felt deep at the front of the groin. You may also feel pain at the side and front of the thigh, the buttock or down to the knee (i.e. referred pain). There can also be stiffness in the hip joint and limitation of your normal range of movement. Stiffness tends to be worse in the morning, but gets better with activity and as the day progresses.

Seek medical attention if you have constant hip pain, hip pain that wakes you up at night from sleep, or pain associated with fever, loss of weight or appetite.

Sports Related Injury – Hip Osteoarthritis - Causes and Risk Factors

Sports Related Injury – Hip Osteoarthritis - Diagnosis

Sports Related Injury – Hip Osteoarthritis - Preparing for surgery

Sports Related Injury – Hip Osteoarthritis - Post-surgery care

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