Health Tip: When Hip Pain Signals Bursitis08/26/10
(HealthDay News) -- Hip bursitis is a painful condition that
occurs when the bursa, a soft sac that cushions the hip joint,
The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons says signs of hip
bursitis may include:
- Pain that occurs right at the point of the hip.
- Pain that radiates from the hip to the thigh.
- Pain that starts as severe and sharp, and becomes more aching
- Pain that gets worse at night or when you lie on the bad
- Pain that gets worse when standing after sitting for a long
- Pain that gets worse after prolonged periods of climbing
stairs, squatting or walking.
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