Hip flexor strain, osteoarthritis and bursitis are some non-injury conditions that result in hip pain, according to the National Institutes of Health. A few non-injury ailments that can cause leg pain are deep vein throm... More »

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Sitting at a desk for prolonged periods can cause hip pain and other musculo-skeletal problems, as the Washington Post explains. Persons sitting at desks for long periods may develop tight hip flexor muscles and end up w... More »

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Treatment options for severe arthritis of the hips include lifestyle change, exercises, pain management and surgery. While causes of arthritis of the hips are unknown, some of the factors associated with it include aging... More »

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Hip bursitis, or inflammation of the bursa sacs of the hip, is the most common cause of hip pain, states MedicineNet. Trochanteric bursitis affects the bursa sacs on the outer hip, which can cause sleep difficulties due ... More »

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Hip pain may be caused by arthritis, injury, pinched nerves or bone cancer, explains Mayo Clinic. Other causes of hip pain include leukemia, osteoporosis, rickets and Legg-Calve-Perthes disease. More »

Common causes of pain in the right hip include inflamed tendons, trochanteric bursitis and arthritis, such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, according to Healthline. The most common cause of the pain when it is... More »

Several causes of hip pain include osteoarthritis, iliopsoas bursitis and greater trochanteric bursitis, according to a study conducted by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine. Diagnostic testing provides a bet... More »