Hip Pain Progression – Mark E. Gittins. D.O.


People have a progression of their hip pain, the most common age group that we see that is starting in their late 40s, sometimes these are athletes that have been working hard and playing hard their whole life and then advancing on into their 80s. 

A progression is a little different with each person, but it does start off with aging and then tends to get a little bit worse where they’re having great pain or difficulty doing stairs or even difficulty getting in a car or putting their shoes and socks on.

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