Since the hip joint is deep inside the body, it is difficult to distinguish the source of the Hip Socket Pain. However, you can follow some recommendations to reduce pain.
Hip injury or illness can be felt in the groin area, in the outer part of the hip, or along the leg to the knee. In practice, pain in the hip can begin in the lower back.
The hip, despite being one of the strongest and most protective joints in the body, is still sensitive to cases of dislocation, fracture and damage to the soft tissue. A narrow neck in the hip bone can easily break, especially in elderly people who stumble or fall off. A blockage can occur in the artery that reaches the tip of the hip bone, causing bone tissue death.
Other causes of hip pain:
Hip Tendinitis, Bursitis (Bursitis) - inflammation of the fluid bag over the joint.
Rheumatoid arthritis (Rheumatic Arthritis ) and Hip Osteoarthritis Treatment( osteoarthritis Sometimes, stiffness of the hip joint may not be accompanied by hip pain, but this position can cause a large tension on the lower back. Arthritis can cause the type of ankylosing spondylitis ( Ankylosing Spondylitis ) to hip stiffness. Problems with the hip joints can cause permanent warp ( Contracture ), in which the hip joint is fixed slightly retracted and loses part of its range of motion.
Hip Injury Treatment - Self-treatment
- Pay attention to pain.
- Avoid activities that exacerbate the hip situation.
- Give the joint the necessary relief after a painful activity.
- Refrain as much as possible from taking painkillers.
- Use walking crutches or pedestals / supports as needed.
- Hold the crutch with the opposite hand of the sore hip, as this enables the large muscles around the sore hip joint to recover.
- Move the crutch forward along with the affected hip movement.
Hip Pain Specialist: As your hip pain decreases, start exercising gradually. Initially, do a slight movement exercise, to release the hip and reduce its firmness. Dosuggested exercises at least two to three times a day for long lasting Hip Pain Treatment
Stand with the uninfected hip close to a table. Lean on the table with hands. Move the leg with the affected hip from side to side and from front to back.
- Stop the movement of the two men as much as possible and bend from side to side.
- Point the two men outward like a goose, with the two men sticking together.
- Lie on the back on the side of the bed, with the affected hip and leg hanging in the air outside the bed.
- Stretch the man toward the ground so that the hips remain fastened as straight as possible.
- Add other activities to strengthen the hip muscles.
- Lie on the back and raise another man in the air, every time. Keep the leg straight and raise it to a 45 degree angle.