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Sports Related Injury – Hip Osteoarthritis

Sports Related Injury – Hip Osteoarthritis - Causes and Risk Factors

Sports Related Injury – Hip Osteoarthritis - Diagnosis

Sports Related Injury – Hip Osteoarthritis - Treatments

What can we do to help you?

Your doctor will take your history, perform a physical examination and send you for X-rays to evaluate for signs of osteoarthritis such as bone spurs or wearing out of the joint. Your doctor may prescribe an exercise program for you, advice on weight management, prescribe anti-inflammatory or pain medications, prescribe glucosamine supplements or refer you to a physiotherapist to learn range of motion, stretching and strengthening exercises.

  • Single leg mini squat
  • Bulgarian squat
  • Running man on trampoline
  • Double leg bridging
  • Single leg bridging
  • Step ups
  • Forward lunges
  • Side lunges
  • Double leg ½ squats
  • Single leg ½ squats
  • Wall squats
  • Double leg chair stands
  • Single leg chair stands
  • Clams
  • Hip flexor stretch
  • Hip external rotation stretch 1
  • Hip external rotation stretch 2
  • Hip external rotation stretch

Other tests such as a MRI scan may be necessary if there is concern that your hip pain may be due to other conditions or if surgery is considered

Sports Related Injury – Hip Osteoarthritis - Preparing for surgery

Sports Related Injury – Hip Osteoarthritis - Post-surgery care

Sports Related Injury – Hip Osteoarthritis - Other Information

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