Trochanteric Bursitis - Hip Pain
What are the symptoms of trochanteric bursitis?
Trochanteric bursitis typically causes the following symptoms:
Pain on the outside of the hip and thigh or in the buttock.
Pain when lying on the affected side.
Pain when you press in on the outside of the hip.
Pain that gets worse during activities such as getting up from a deep chair or getting out of a car.
Pain with walking up stairs.
Chiropractors can help diagnose and manage this condition effectively and safely. We often recommend exercises, joint mobilisations and stretches, relative rest and avoidance of particular activities, Ice, Ultrasound and a number of other safe options.