Snapping hip syndrome

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  • http://www.sportsinjurybulletin.com/archive/clicking-hip.html, http://www.sportlink.co.uk/snapping_hip_syndrome.php
  • http://www.caringmedical.com/conditions/Snapping_Hip_Syndrome.htm
  • Snapping hip syndrome

    1. 1. By Jeremy & Kelly
    2. 2.  A medical condition characterized by a snapping sensation when the hip is flexed or extended.
    3. 3.  More common in young athletes  Common age group is 15 through 40  Commonly affects women more than men  Sports that have repetition motion of twisting, such as dance and gymnast
    4. 4.  Iliotibial Snap  Most common  Snaps over the great trochanter  Iliopsoas Tendon Snap  Iliopsoas is the primary hip flexor  Catches on any bony prominence of the pelvis causing the hip to snap when the hip is flexed  Hip Labral Tear  Least common is a tear of the cartilage within the hip  Causes a very unsteady feeling
    5. 5.  Often a snap or clicking noise when the hip is extend or flex  uncomfortable and produces little pain  For many patient the biggest complain is annoyance  Patients may develop trochanteric bursitis, which will increase pain
    6. 6.  X-ray is usually confirm to make sure there is no bony problem with the hip joint  If snapping hip syndrome is thought to be cause by tear of cartilage, a MRI will be taken
    7. 7.  Use anti-inflammatory medication or cortisone injection to help control the inflammation  Deep massage on the outside of the thigh and buttocks muscles  Physical therapy may be useful for stretching out the muscles and tendons  Surgery can also be done to stretch out the iliospsoas tendon, but should be noted that surgery is a last option
    8. 8.  Any type of cold modalities to help with the inflammation such as Cold pack, ice massage, and even a homemade ice pack  US, phonoporis, ES, and iontophoris can also be use to help with the pain and to warm up the muscles for better stretching.
    9. 9.  Quadriceps stretch  Hamstring stretch  Piriformis stretch  Iliotibial band stretch  Standing/side-leaning  Gluteal strengthening  Hip abduction/adduction
    10. 10.  Balanced stretching routine  Stretch both adductors and abductors muscles  Limit repetitive rotation
    11. 11.  http://www.caringmedical.com/conditions/S napping_Hip_Syndrome.htm  http://www.sportsinjurybulletin.com/archiv e/clicking-hip.html  http://www.sportlink.co.uk/snapping_hip_sy ndrome.php  http://www.steadyhealth.com/articles/Snap ping_Hip_Syndrome_a198.html

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