Mon, 19 Sep 2011
People suffering from pain in the hip area may not actually have an issue with their hips. The cause of the pain may be caused by conditions in your knees, lower back or other areas of your body. Orthopaedic specialists look for an underlying cause based on where the pain is located, conditions that increase your pain and getting x-rays in the area of the pain. You should see an orthopaedic specialist when the pain is affecting your daily living, waking you up at night and has persisted for more than a few days.
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