• Hip Dislocation and Subluxation Overview

    A hip dislocation is a very unusual injury that is most often the result of severe trauma. The most common causes of a hip dislocation include motor vehicle collisions, falls from a height, and sometimes catastrophic sports injuries.

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  • Osteoarthritis has no cure, but symptoms can be managed

    On a grand scale, it is the most common form of arthritis (which actually isn't a specific disease but rather a general term for inflammation in a joint), accounting for more cases than all the other forms combined. It affects an estimated 31 million Americans and is a leading cause of disability among adults.

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  • Hips Hurting? How Deep Twists Can Tear Your Cartilage

    If you’re a younger or middle-aged adult bothered by hip pain, your first thought is likely not about hip surgery. But you may need it — many young, athletic people are having hip surgery after finding out that a deep cartilage tear is causing their mysterious, nagging pain.

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  • The Causes and Treatments of a Hip Joint Labral Tear

    The labrum is a type of cartilage that surrounds the socket of ball-and-socket joints. A labrum is found in both the shoulder and the hip joint. The labrum forms a ring around the edge of the bony socket of the joint. It helps to provide stability to the joint by deepening the socket, yet unlike bone, it also allows flexibility and motion.

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  • Too much vitamin B can cause hip fracture

    A new study shows that there is an increased risk of hip fracture in women who take high doses of vitamin B6 combined with high doses of B12.

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