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Hip Pain in Frisco, TX
Hip pain is often the result of fractures, arthritis or injury. The hip pain specialists at Performance Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine complete thorough patient evaluations in order to make an accurate diagnosis and treatment program. If hip surgery is necessary, our experienced Frisco orthopedic surgeons will help you recover and return to normal life as soon as possible.
Hip fractures can happen to anyone and are very serious because of their location. Symptoms may consist of swelling, pain, and discoloration. Other more serious symptoms include the inability to move the leg or the affected leg seeming shorter. If you believe you have fractured your hip, seek immediate attention and be still until help comes.
Arthritis is the most common cause of chronic hip pain. Thousands of Americans suffer from an arthritic hip. This disease can keep one from performing their routine daily activities.
There are three types of arthritis that generally affect the hip:
- Rheumatoid arthritis
This is the most common form of arthritis in which the cartilage that protect the hip joint wears out. Cartilage cannot be repaired or replaced, but physical therapy can improve the range of motion and reduce pain.
Common symptoms of osteoarthritis of the hip:
- Groin pain
- Severe hip pain
- Stiffness, especially in the morning
- Limited movement
- Rheumatoid arthritis
When osteoarthritis is present, the cartilage is not being provided with enough lubrication and nourishment. This leads to loss of motion, stiffness, and pain.
Osteonecrosis is a disease that causes severe aches and pains and results from lack of blood supply to the bone. Most commonly affecting the femoral head, the bone receives inadequate blood supply and eventually dies. This disease is most commonly caused by a dislocation or fracture but has also been associated with traumatic injury, excessive consumption of alcohol, and steroid use.
Common Hip Injuries
Common types of hip injuries, which can cause swelling, stiffness, and pain:
- Tendinitis (tendonitis) – inflammation of tendon or surrounding area
- Bursitis – painful inflammation in the hip that causes tenderness and pain when touched or moved
- Contusions – bruises that appear after trauma to the hip area
- Sprains – the stretching of hip ligaments
Treating Hip Pain
In some cases, conservative treatments may include physical therapy, bracing, or injections. However, if the hip pain is not responding to conservative treatments, then hip surgery may be recommended. Hip surgery may include:
- Minimally-Invasive Surgery
- Hip Replacement Surgery
Additional Conditions We Treat:
- Knee Pain
- Shoulder Pain
- Hand and Wrist Pain
- Elbow Pain
- Foot and Ankle Pain
Contact Our Hip Specialists
Our hip specialists are currently accepting new patients. If you are experiencing hip pain and would like to to schedule an appointment, please use our convenient online scheduling system. We look forward to seeing you.