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This is inflammation of the trochanteric bursa. Onset insidious, but often severe. Pain may radiate to lateral knee. It is most severe in the AM or with prolonged sitting. Direct palpation increases pain.
Trochanteric bursitis
What is seen on exam with a person who has trochanteric bursitis?
May have tight iliotibial band (Ober Sign)
Apart from the Ober sign in trochanteric bursitis, what is witnessed with the physical exam?
Pt in side-lying position, directly palpating the bursa, the patient will have full range of motion. No true hip joint pain.
What is the treatment for trochanteric bursitis?
Physical Therapy for aggressive stretching.

Ionto/Phonophoresis

NSAIDS, Ice

Injection - Steroids
•DEGENERATION OF THE HIP JOINT
•PAIN WILL GRADUALLY INCREASE
•GAIT MAY BE EFFECTED
•NIGHT PAIN MAY OCCUR
•PATIENT WILL INDICATE TRUE HIP
JOINT PAIN
•DECREASED ROM
Osteoarthritis
What is the treatment for osteoarthritis?
• GENTLE ROM EXERCISES
• NSAIDS
• GAIT ASSIST
• HYDROTHERAPY
• SURGICAL REPLACEMENT
•HISTOPRY OF SUDDEN ONSET WITH ABRUPT INJURY
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COMMON IN HOCKEY, FOOTBALL
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DUE TO LACK OF
FLEXIBILITY/STRENGTH
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COMMON AFTER VAGINAL
DELIVERY
Sprains of the Hip
What is involved with the exam of a sprained hip?
•ANTALGIC GAIT
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DECREASED PAINFUL ROM
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MAY HAVE DECREASED WEIGHT
BEARING
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MUSCLE WEAKNESS AGAINST
RESISTANCE
What type of testing should be done with a sprained hip, especially to rule out what?
XRAY – R/O AVULSION FX
How do you treat a hip sprain?
•NSAIDS, ICE
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RELATIVE REST WITH GAIT ASSIST
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THERAPY FOR STRETCHING,

THERABAND, STRENGTHENING