Hip bursitis, also called trochanteric bursitis, occurs as a result of trauma, injury, arthritis, or even surgery. This type of bursitis is usually associated with over-stressing or repetitive use of areas around your joints. In most cases, middle-age or older women are more prone to developing hip bursitis. In the United States, it affects 15% of women and 8.5% of men of all ages.
Bursitis doesn’t only happen in the hip. It can also occur in the elbow joints, shoulder, and knee. Continue reading to learn more about hip bursitis, its symptoms, risks factors, and treatment options.
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