Upper Leg Pain (Hip)

Many upper leg injuries are caused by overuse of the hip, hamstring or knees. Arthritis, broken bones and blood clots can also be the reason for pain. There are some types of leg pain that can be avoided, such as overuse. A few of the ways you can help prevent upper leg pain is stretching, rest and using proper technique when using your legs. Some upper leg pain is unavoidable, such as arthritis.

Upper leg pain symptoms aren’t always the same. Some symptoms include, swelling of the hips or knees, stiffness in the hips and/or knees as well as cramps in the muscles in your upper leg.

Javery Pain institute uses individualized approaches for each patient to help relieve the symptoms associated with upper leg pain. If you have symptoms of upper leg pain, Javery Pain Institute’s foot and ankle pain management in Grand Rapids is dedicated to restoring the well-being of patients.

Degenerative Joint Disease of the Hip (Osteoarthritis of the Hip)
Inflammatory Arthritis of the Hip
Degenerative Joint Disease of the Hip (Osteoarthritis of the Hip)
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