Hip OA can be present from 30 years of age, although it doesn’t tend to be symptomatic until age 40-50 years Early symptoms include stiffness… Read More »Hip osteoarthritis – exercises for pain relief
Femoroacetabular impingement, or “FAI”, causes a sharp pain in the hip, most commonly in the front of the hip or groin. It can come on… Read More »Hip FAI – top 3 best ways for fast pain relief
Gluteal tendinopathy symptoms include pain on the lateral (outside) aspect of the hip, often felt during exercise or walking. Pain can also be felt when… Read More »Gluteal tendinopathy – symptoms, causes & answers
A hip labral tear can cause sharp pain or catching pain in the front of the hip or groin as well as a lingering ache… Read More »Hip labral tear – clear diagnosis & treatment
Sacral stress fractures cause a diffuse constant pain in the buttock with occasional sharp pains on loading The injury accrues over several weeks or months… Read More »Sacral stress fracture: tips to speed up recovery
Bone stress reaction causes a dull, usually prolonged, ache around the injury site A bone stress reaction can occur due to impact loading or connective… Read More »Bone stress reaction – what, why and how to fix it
We’ve all seen that runner – they stick their bum out when they run and can’t help but fold at the hips. Basically they run… Read More »Fold at the hips when you run? Don't change (yet)
A pulled stomach muscle often causes lots of pain. It can come on without an obvious cause. And it’s persistent, hanging around for weeks. But… Read More »Pulled stomach muscle? How to diagnose & fix it!