Snapping Hip Syndrome
What is Snapping Hip Syndrome and how is it caused?
Another site of snapping is where the ball at the top of the thigh bone fits into the socket in the pelvis to form the hip joint. When the ball is moved back and forth while the hip is bending and straightening causes this snap and discomfort.
How to Prevent This
-however athletes and dancers can experience high pain from this syndrome
-Stretching before any activity this will allow your body to extended naturally instead of forcefully which will prevent snapping. Stretching also helps align the ball and socket joint to glide smoothly.
-Stop physical excessive and ice the hip for 15-30 minutes
-Do not return to exercise until you have done hip strengthening hip exercises or pain has stopped.
-Stop physical activity seek a physical therapist
-Surgery may be beneficial for an extreme alignment issues in your hip joint.