Hip

Your hip socket, the acetabulum, is very deep and it’s where your thigh bone, or femur, sits. It takes great force or trauma to dislocate the hip. The muscles around the hip are very strong and can support a significant amount of body weight and force. But hip injuries can be common – from weak muscles and overloaded tendons to osteoarthritis.

If you’ve been left wondering who you should see for hip pain then read our article which should help. All of our content is provided by expert private clinical specialists such as orthopaedic surgeons, sports medicine consultants, rheumatologists, neurosurgeons and other healthcare professionals such as physiotherapists who have spent years gaining vast experience in their respective fields. If you’re still left wondering then simply get in touch with us via our online form and let us help you find the right clinician for the injury we think you have, for free.

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