Beginner Triathlete - Hip Injuries articles

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photoHip or pelvic pain is a common complaint for runners and can range from severe problems, such as stress fractures or arthritis, to mild problems, such as muscle strains or bursitis.
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photoI am experiencing hip flexor pain. I hurt it two weeks ago during a race and it's bothered me ever since. Do you have suggestions on how to prevent problems or how to cure it?
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photoHow can gluteus medius weakness/problems be involved in iliotibial band syndrome? What specific exercises should be used in building gluteus medius strength in post-ITB syndrome treatment?
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photoDeep in the right hip joint, there's dull pain. It only hurts when I stretch or try to cross my right leg. Sometimes on long runs, it will begin to throb. What can I do to rid the pain in the hip?
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photoHow can I separate out muscle strain from getting stronger, from pain referred from the joint replacement. Can I run instead of just swimming and biking?
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photoDifferentiating between piriformis, sciatica and hamstring injury
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photoThe common conditions seen would be: a femoral neck stress fracture, a hip flexor tendonitis, or a hip joint cartilage problem such as a labral tear or arthritis of the hip joint.
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photoI have had hip flexor pain on and off the last two years. This morning I really aggravated it. I've been stretching to get it to go down, but I'm just worried that it's going to get worse again.
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photoI had the physical therapist at my old college give me a rehabilitation plan. I just can't get the chronic tightness and pain to go away.
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photoIs surgery really the only option? What percentage of active patients have positive outcomes? Negative outcomes? How soon can I start training after surgery? What can I do?
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photoThe focus of this article is on hip labral tears in runners. There are many causes and contributing factors to the development of a hip labral tear and treatment options are limited.
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photoMy left leg is significantly shorter than my right by 7mm. For the bike I got an extra shim in my cleat, so I'm wondering if orthotics would be called for in my running shoes?
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photoOf all the major joints, the hip joint remains the most difficult to evaluate for most orthopedic and sports medicine clinicians.
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photoCould this be related to IT band problems or someone thought it might be bursitis and what should I do to treat it? Also, should I see a sports med doc or orthopedic specialist?
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photoFemoral neck stress fractures most commonly happen to runners and soccer players who overuse their hip or suddenly increase their training intensity. The injury occurs due to repetitive stress.
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