Have you ever experienced hip pain, stiffness in the morning, or difficulty with tasks like putting on shoes or walking after you’ve been sitting for a while?
You may be experiencing the symptoms of hip osteoarthritis.
Unfortunately, there are a lot of negative connotations associated with osteoarthritis. Many people are told that their hip is “worn out” or “bone on bone” or “degenerative”. When someone with hip pain is told by a health professional that their pain is the result of ‘wear and tear’ from a sport or activity they used to do, they are probably going to have a hard time understanding that exercise will help their symptoms, and they may even think that the only way forward would be to replace that joint.
At Be Mobile Physiotherapy, one of the missions we take very seriously is reducing the barriers to exercise… So, this article will attempt to help you understand what hip osteoarthritis is, what causes it,...