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Getting to the ‘bottom’ of buttock pain can sometimes prove a diagnostic dilemma, due to the number of potential local sources of nociception and relative complexity in anatomical relationships within the posterior hip region. This is compounded by pelvic structures and more remote sources within the lumbar spine. Perhaps this conundrum sometimes leads health and…

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June is Hip Dysplasia Awareness month. You may be aware of dysplasia, but are you seeing the whole picture? Acetabular dysplasia is one of the leading causes of hip instability and painful hip osteoarthritis and therefore awareness and early detection are of high importance. Dysplasia refers to abnormal growth, in this case of the bones…

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Getting to the bottom of buttock pain often presents a diagnostic dilemma, which is perhaps why the buttock appears to have been assigned more syndromes than any other region of the body. So, what exactly is a syndrome? While a disease is usually defined as a specific process that occurs within the body, the term…

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