Top 3 Signs Your Hip Pain Is From Arthritis-Tests you can do at home.

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  • Published on Nov 9, 2016
  • Famous Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck present the Top 3 Signs your hip pain is actually being caused by arthritis. They demonstrate tests you can do at home.
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  • Paula Hardesty
    Paula Hardesty 22 days ago

    my husband was diagnosed today with osteoarthritis of both hips. should we be walking or doing some kind of exercise other than the ones you showed in your other hip video I LOVE you guys. you are wonderful.

  • Vlad Mindroiu
    Vlad Mindroiu Month ago

    can i do these if i have Bilateral Hip Avascular Necrosis ? It's not severe enough for surgery, it kinda stagnated for past 2 years, but would love to get some mobility back.

  • Chuck Stevenson
    Chuck Stevenson Month ago

    Great info for patients

  • jc jc
    jc jc Month ago

    I love these informative videos and I've learned so much, thank you Bob and Brad.

  • Amanda Bowker
    Amanda Bowker Month ago

    Great video guys! I have RA and I swear I can’t tell what’s RA and what’s normal soreness anymore lol thanks for the clarification:)

  • Tracey Young
    Tracey Young 2 months ago

    y mom recently had a doppler exam and was told that she had an occlusion on her dorsalis pedis artery. She has been schedule to see a vascular surgeon but the earliest they could see her is two weeks away. What do recommend she does in the mean time to promote better circulation in her foot?Thanks, Tracey

  • Starseedangelsrealm
    Starseedangelsrealm 2 months ago

    awesome. im on my 20s n was born with hip displacement. this morning i woke up a bit scaredd for the first time bcus my right knee hurted so im going to do strechings now to aligned it or something since i dont think its arthritis. i was also born with inward knees....my legs looks traight until you zoom in on the knees. ive always had an urge to wear braces on an dayly basis and incorporate them more into fashion. :) thanks for what you do!

  • bfee20021
    bfee20021 2 months ago

    These tests are more for flexibility and/or weakness. Not so much for arthritis or hip wear.

  • Crystal Wall
    Crystal Wall 2 months ago

    You guys are awesome!

  • Xkiller 637games
    Xkiller 637games 2 months ago

    i failed most and its right in the hip and im only 13 and i gotta go to school so i cant rest but i cant do all the stuff i love like football

  • Manuel Peterson
    Manuel Peterson 2 months ago +1

    I`ve got disintegrating disc`s in my back, & and allot of neck pain. I have also arthritis. Imake use of this arthritis treatment solution “Rοngοdο Ruzο” (Google it) in my neck, back and sides of my body, and the pain goes away. This helps me do my daily work without disturbances. With assistance from healthy diet and also avoidance of inflammation-causing food, your condition will improve a lot. .

  • St John's Soup Kitchen
    St John's Soup Kitchen 3 months ago

    Could all be muscular too.

  • Russell Spade
    Russell Spade 3 months ago +1

    Just live the Keto lifestyle and you will never have arthritis.

    • Leela K
      Leela K 3 months ago +1

      Russell Spade true because you will die of a heart attack first from higher fat and meat based diet.

  • Shonna R.
    Shonna R. 4 months ago +2

    Thank y'all!! I had back surgery 5 years ago. I had spondylolisthesis. I have 2 rods, 4 screws. I having sever groin pain that runs down to my knee. When I walk, it almost feels like I'm bowlegged in that one leg. Just wondering when I need to see my doc about it?

  • Adam Everett
    Adam Everett 4 months ago +1

    Thank you so much for this I realize I may just have a pulled going

  • Julie Purpleskater
    Julie Purpleskater 4 months ago

    I've got most of those symptoms to varying degrees. Pain on internal rotation started appearing almost 30 years ago, and has gradually gotten worse. Flexion is tight, but the worst symptom is stretching the leg back. It's so tight in front that even on days when it's not painful, it still alters my gait a bit, makes it hard to stand perfectly erect. But I am adamantly against getting surgery on it. Just don't wanna do it! I wish there was a way to REVERSE osteoarthritis. :(

  • Αthena A.
    Αthena A. 4 months ago +4

    Thanks for your great video! Can you make a video distinguishing types of arthritis? Thanks!

  • Ethel Perry
    Ethel Perry 5 months ago

    😃👍🐢

  • Susan Wedell
    Susan Wedell 5 months ago +1

    Thank you for the info, Im having weakness and stiffness walking also.

  • Susanne Beier
    Susanne Beier 6 months ago

    Very interesting, you did the same tests done to me during physical therapy. I went for aqua physical therapy, what exercises do you recommend for that? I am diagnosed with primary osteoarthritis of the pelvic.

    • Valerie Ferro
      Valerie Ferro 4 months ago

      You may consider the Ayurveda treatments in India considering your condition is in the initial stages.

  • Kassandra Sabean
    Kassandra Sabean 7 months ago +1

    Good job boys. Excellent. Thank you for making this available to us.

  • Max Arredond
    Max Arredond 7 months ago +2

    My right hip hurts and it acts weird , if lay on the ground or squat and move my right leg it goes click clack click clack sound everytime and i have done nothing to help it , it aches somedays and i cant sit , or stand without it aching me badly , dont know what to do need HELP

  • N S Rathore
    N S Rathore 8 months ago

    Hey, got Core decompression of left hip bcoz of AVN. Pls guide some exercises for speedy recovery, easy mobility n strengthening

  • Donna Kay
    Donna Kay 8 months ago

    I'm having pain RIGHT under my ribs all the way across it mainly hurts when I have to take a breath in, or if, I laugh! It's very dull and I also run low fever! Someone says sign of bursitis !?! I also have left hip dull pain feels like the very knuckle connection to my hip! It pops when walking natural, moving my leg when laying down... popping doesn't hurt but it definitely notice sometimes I can hear it pop back and forth!! Any help greatly appreciated! Especially for my dull across back pain

  • Mountain Life
    Mountain Life 8 months ago

    I have lower back and groin pain, it's the worst in the mornings right when I wake up. Any ideas what it could be?

  • Inspector Steve
    Inspector Steve 8 months ago +4

    I had ground pain that went down my leg for over a year until I found a doc that saw I had a labral tear. I was 22 and every doc I went to in central NY wanted to do a hip replacement. Ended up going to Vail CO to see an amazing doctor.

  • ponynose
    ponynose 8 months ago +1

    It’s the fonz

  • Ieneke van Houten
    Ieneke van Houten 9 months ago +1

    I love these guys.

  • Linda Wagner
    Linda Wagner 9 months ago

    I had serious falls - foot caught in hanging border plant and sent me flying like super woman - landed on stomach and boobs on cement sidewalk and my legs arched backwards, felt electrical charge in body immediately - NOT good. Felt very strange for days afterwards ; tripped on cracked sidewalk in dark and landed on right hip which has caused nearly 2 yrs sciatica and Piriformis pain. Have taken Youngevity products and Garden of Life to rebuild my bones and believe it has helped to strengthen them. Found some exercises for sciatica which really helped, did cold 20 mins 3x day then hot 20 mins 3x day and all helped. Now dealing w some pain and pulling in right groin area and find it still difficult to spread the legs or sit too long. Definitely improved tho.

  • Elvira Kina
    Elvira Kina 9 months ago +3

    You alone hold the responsibility for your arthritis. If you decide to suffer the pain longer or take the simple steps to completely reverse your arthritis within 21 days. It’s all backed up with ancient knowledge as well as 47 scientific studies from some of the most respected universities in the world. So you have 100% proof it will work hyperzen.net/mbok

  • Katie Gould
    Katie Gould 9 months ago +1

    My pain is definitely in the groin

  • Robert Livingston
    Robert Livingston 9 months ago +1

    Same things the physical terrorist did to me.

  • Mary Ann Chaves
    Mary Ann Chaves 9 months ago

    Wouldn't bursitis cause the same problems?

  • Sheryl Crowe
    Sheryl Crowe 9 months ago

    Very helpful! Thanks for the post!

  • Daniele Iannarelli
    Daniele Iannarelli 10 months ago +5

    Good video, guys... well presented and easy for laymen to understand. (I must admit, though, I think your opening jingle/song is a bit corny/cheesy 😄).
    Anyway, speaking as an osteopath of 31 years private practice (incidentally, osteopaths in the UK and other ‘rest-of-the-world’ countries differ from those in the USA and Canada) I pretty much entirely agree with you.
    I think it is worth pointing out that although medical investigation - for example, X-Ray - may show osteoarthrosis (often being informed by their medical doctor that this is the cause of their hip pain) it’s also quite possible that it’s a purely age-related OA. ie. no more than anyone else of similar age and thus normal for that particular age. We all develop a degree of wear-and-tear as we get older. Trouble is that being irresponsibly informed that OA is the culprit, will often create a despondency in the patient... causing them to ‘give up’. So, I believe it’s always worthwhile to allay the patient’s concern should previous medical investigation have given rise to possible ‘scaremongering’.
    Additionally, we all have a degree of asymmetry in flexibility, even from a very young age. Me, for example, I find it more difficult to cross my right leg over my left knee... I’ve always been that way, ever since I was a kid. The discovery of this in the adult patient ought to be taken not on its own merit but *only* as part of the bigger picture in differential diagnosis.
    Finally, I’d have liked to have seen Bob causing Brad a bit more pain than that. 😃

  • LISA SMITA
    LISA SMITA 11 months ago

    Some jackass hit me with his bike and I went down very HARd on my right side. My shoulder and right hip came in direct contact with the ground. To date, must lay on pillows due to pain and been suffering for 7yrs. Due to the injury, X-ray - diagnosed with arthrosis. WTH?

  • Dave Forgot
    Dave Forgot 11 months ago +1

    My right hip is bad but it comes from more of the inside.

  • Alice Fly
    Alice Fly Year ago +20

    Love these guys. They're like the Smothers Brothers of physical therapists!

    • gm c
      gm c 4 months ago +1

      Yes! Well said!

  • Deepak Sharma
    Deepak Sharma Year ago

    Ever since a gym session 6 months back, I noticed immediately next day that I am getting pain when crossing legs or putting on shoes. I took lot of anti inflammatories but it didn't help. Got lumbar spine as well as hip MRI but they appear normal. It has been going on for 6 months. Could it still be hip arthritis (despite no evidence in MRI or XRay)? I have no issues walking, only pain in anterior thigh when I deep flex my left leg towards chest or put left leg over the right leg. Please help.

  • Mr. Ken
    Mr. Ken Year ago

    Why are you out of focus?

  • Pankaj Katoch
    Pankaj Katoch Year ago

    I m suffering from same things is the other vdo for cure this is uploaded

  • Kameisha Green
    Kameisha Green Year ago +1

    Thanks a lot...just had x ray confirm what your info showed me

  • Meg Sarna
    Meg Sarna Year ago +1

    nice attitude!! 😊

  • Essentially This
    Essentially This Year ago +3

    'Lie' down. Not 'lay' down.😁

    • Leslie Bird
      Leslie Bird Year ago

      Richard Monroe lol

    • Richard Monroe
      Richard Monroe Year ago

      Ya I didn't know what he meant..

    • Richard Monroe
      Richard Monroe Year ago

      I'm lied down. No lie.

    • Leslie Bird
      Leslie Bird Year ago +1

      Snow White This Language Arts teacher caught that too. However, I will say, Bob and Brad are educating the public and performing such a service to society, that I can forgive them. :)

  • Danielle N. Walsh
    Danielle N. Walsh Year ago +13

    Dealing with hip arthritis secondary to untreated childhood hip displasia and trying to avoid hip replacement if possible. 26 and miserable but I appreciate your videos

    • Αthena A.
      Αthena A. 4 months ago

      Don't have regrets for being untreated... mine was treated.... and yet, in my late forties I am having so much pain....

    • Wisepati
      Wisepati 10 months ago

      Mine was not treated either. Instead I got shoe inserts.

  • macrif
    macrif Year ago +1

    What if it's in both hips?

  • Alex B
    Alex B Year ago

    I've been diagnosed with advanced ortho arthritis in my right hip and I can't tie my shoe which really fucking sucks I just need some sort of exercises to help the situation I'm only 44

  • asish mohanty
    asish mohanty Year ago

    Dr Saroj , Dr Sidhartha Ortho from INDIA IMS & SUM Medical

  • Aishwarya S
    Aishwarya S Year ago +1

    Hello! How do you differentiate AVN from OA with just symptoms and not looking at the x Ray.

  • FurryPoodle
    FurryPoodle Year ago

    another excellent video.

  • Bonnie Stewart
    Bonnie Stewart Year ago +3

    A good friend of mine had knee pain and it was a hip

  • Dorsey Green
    Dorsey Green Year ago

    My husband and I believed arthritis was something we`d to get used to our whole life. That was before we tried the arthritis treatment method “Rοngοdο Ruzο” (Google it). This technique is, definitely, the good thing we`ve ever found for pains and aches, both minor and severe.

  • Drum Wright
    Drum Wright Year ago +1

    I`ve got severe arthritis (degenerative joint disease) on my lower back that is impinging on the nerves triggering pain as well as neuropathy in my feet. This arthritis treatment method “Rοngοdο Ruzο” (Google it) really does work! I applied it for my feet, I`ve used it on my neck, elbows and hands. Its wonderful results keeps shocking me personally till right now.

  • Rosie Hill
    Rosie Hill Year ago

    I was 47 when I had 2 hip replacements with in 3 months of each other. First sign was pain in groin and legs and ankles plus lower back pain. But mri scan never picked up anything it wasn't till they took hip out realised my hip were bad. Bedtime was the worst place for me because as soon as I moved the pain was so severe slept with cushion between my knees this is before I had my hip replacements

    • Krešo Pejs
      Krešo Pejs 8 months ago

      today are you having pain in your ankle,legs or low back?

  • lou lou
    lou lou 2 years ago

    my mri showed ddd lumber and bulge disks snf very bad arthritis all over pelvis

  • Calla Antoinette
    Calla Antoinette 2 years ago +1

    That it is a rockin song y'all got goin there. Lol.
    Anyways, wish me luck on the IMBLEX

  • salar mo
    salar mo 2 years ago

    Hi famous Docs.
    from time to time I get this pain in my right hip. and yes, after watching your videos I know where my hip is. pain is in the greater trochanter, outer edge, feels a bit tender to touch. usually during or after playing soccer. almost feels like an electric shock. unbearable, i kinda just drop. usualy goes away within a couple of days. any suggestions? im 35, male, 5'10", 165lb

  • Kelly Hill
    Kelly Hill 2 years ago

    I had hip replacement whenever I would pivot to turn while walking I would fall pain would be unbearable,I had to literally pick foot up and sit it down,I walked like a robot I guess,if leg ever bent outward I was done for the day,I also had lots of pain in growing area,down my leg and into knee.

  • Tara Olivia
    Tara Olivia 2 years ago

    Hello! I love you both!
    I have a question.... I've suspected I have osteoarthritis in my right hip for quite some time. It doesn't hurt constantly but I've noticed when I'm sitting or sleeping for long periods I go to get up and it clenches up almost feeling like that annoying feeling of when your legs "fall asleep" and I end up having to limp until it relaxes and pain goes away which usually requires me to rest some more....... It also pops frequently.
    Well I did one of the tests in this video and the pain was actually in my hip as well as my bladder uterus area and back. So I'm not sure what that means. I do have a tumor in my T5 Vertebrae so im wondering if that could possibly be causing all these problems as well? Im 28 and feel like im 82.... Hoping to get some proper and good help soon so I can have a better quality of life and keep up with my kids. Do you guys have any input? I'd appreciate any help. Thank you.

  • henree simp
    henree simp 2 years ago

    you guys are great thank for this info my girlfriend has this arthritis of the hip and iam trying to learn all i can for her