Basics Of Hip Pain And Arthritis

  October 11th 2019    
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Arthritis is the main and leading cause of hip pain. There are many kind of arthritis which can affect the hip joint. Hip pain and arthritis comes side by side as the hip pain usually or mostly caused by arthritis.
Hip pain and arthritis caused severe inflammation, swelling and pain in your hip joints.

Hip pain and arthritis:

There are many forms of hip pain and arthritis. Following are the some examples of hip arthritis.
• Osteoarthritis; is the very much common form of arthritis. Osteoarthritis means arthritis of bones. It is more common in older people because it occurs as a result of wear and tear of joints. The inside of ball-and-socket joint of hip is lined up with smooth cartilage which helps the joint to move easily. In osteoarthritis, this cartilage wears away, as a result the remaining rough surfaces of the ball-and-socket grind against each other, causing pain.
• Rheumatoid arthritis; it I a systematic disorder which means it affects your entire body. Rheumatoid arthritis typically causes a swelling of the synovial lining which helps the joint move smoothly. This kind of arthritis can occur in people of any age and it’s more common in women. Unlike osteoarthritis, which occurs in only 9one hip at a time, rheumatoid arthritis can occur in both hips at the same time.
• Ankylosing spondylitis; is a chronic inflammation of the spine and sacroiliac joint; sacroiliac joint is the joint where the spine meets the pelvis. Ankylosing spondylitis sometimes cause inflammation of the hip joint. It can also occur in people of all ages but it is more common in men.
• Systemic lupus erythematous; is a systematic autoimmune disorder which can affect any part of body including hip joint. It causes inflammation and pain of hip joint and it’s more common in women of young age.
• Psoriatic arthritis; causes swelling, stiffness, and joint pain and can affect any joint in the body, including the hip.

Symptoms of hip arthritis:

Regardless of the hip arthritis type, the symptoms of hip pain and arthritis include the following;
• Pain in the hip joint which might include pain in the groin, outer thigh, or buttocks
• Pain that is typically worse in the morning and lessens with activity
• Difficulty walking or walking with a limp
• Pain that become worst with vigorous or extended activities
• Stiffness in the hip
• Limited range of motion

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