Pain, stiffness, and clicking are all common symptoms experienced in the hip joint. It is vital that you work with a physiotherapist in order to achieve an accurate diagnosis.
Hip arthritis is the loss of cartilage lining the joint surface causing pain and stiffness within the joint.
Hip dysplasia describes the condition when the hip socket does not develop properly and is more shallow and upward sloping than normal.
Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) is a relatively recently recognised condition in which excessive bone growth at the front of the femoral neck interferes with normal movement of the hip joint and causes pain.