Pain localized to the area of the lateral hip is the key historical finding. This pain may radiate down the lateral thigh or into the groin.
Pain is often aggravated by:
Multimodal conservative approach including 4[A]:
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
Minimize aggravating activities such as running or prolonged standin...
Bursal thickening and fibrosis
Tendon thickening, fibrosis, or tearing
Korakakis V, Whiteley R, Tzavara A, et al. The effectiveness of extracorporeal shockwave therapy in common lower limb conditions: a systematic review including quantification of pat...
Trochanteric bursitis, also referred to as greater trochanteric pain syndrome, is best diagnosed with tenderness of the lateral hip and reproduced pain with single leg stance.
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