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While ‘clicky hips’ are often associated with acetabular dysplasia in infants, there are many things that go ‘click’ in the adult hip. Most of these are innocuous, but sometimes they are painful or of concern to the owner of the noisy hip. Sources of snapping or clicking in the hip may include: the psoas or…

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In my clinical practice I noticed that we were treating many with lateral hip pain, most commonly post-menopausal women. These patients reported pain levels and impacts on their lives as marked as those with hip osteoarthritis. Their sleep and physical activity levels were substantially affected and together with the psychological distress caused by more severe…

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When physiotherapy treatment for tendinopathy fails, have you ever thought ‘Where did I go wrong?’ Assuming you have applied contemporary evidence informed protocols that incorporate load management and appropriate exercise therapy (e.g. avoiding compressive loading for insertional tendinopathies), there are a number of factors that may influence your success, including patient beliefs and compliance, systemic…

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