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Hip Injuries

Hip & Groin Injuries

Hip and groin injuries commonly involve the muscles, tendons or bones of the thigh and lower pelvis. Groin injuries most frequentl...

Hip Fracture Precautions

Hip fractures are a significant cause of injury and death among older adults. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ...

Hip Fracture Rehabilitation Exercises

A fractured hip is a severe injury that often significantly limits a person's mobility and is typically extremely painful. Accordi...

Complications From Open Reduction Internal Fixation Hip Fracture

Approximately 340,000 people in the United States break a hip each year, most often because of a fall, according to the Merck Manu...

Swimming for Hip Flexor Injuries

The hip flexor muscles lie under your abdominal muscles. A group of muscles that includes the psoas major and minor, iliacus, sart...

Hip Fracture Healing

Hip fractures are serious injuries that can even produce life-threatening complications. However, treatment with surgery is usuall...

Trochanteric Hip Fracture

Trochanteric fractures of the thigh bone, or femur, are uncommon injuries. The trochanters can be fractured in isolation or as par...

Different Types of Hip Fractures

The hip is a ball-and-socket joint with the femur (ball component) articulating (in contact with) with the acetabulum (socket). E...

Mental Side Effects After Breaking a Hip

Hip surgery is never easy, medically or psychologically. If you are experiencing some problems with your thinking or your mood sin...

Running and Injuries to the Hip Joint and Upper Leg

Consistent running over a long period usually stirs up minor aches and pains throughout your hips and thighs. If you choose to ign...
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