Osteoarthritis (OA) of the hip
The hip is one of the joints most commonly affected by osteoarthritis. Learn about the causes, symptoms and treatment.
What helps hip pain?
You don’t have to be an athlete to have hip pain. It’s a really common problem and there are ways to help yourself with exercise and certain treatments.
Hip pain is very common and not usually a sign of arthritis or medical condition. Learn about the causes, exercises and treatments and how the hip joint works.
Hip replacement surgery
Learn more about hip replacement surgery, what it involves, how it can reduce pain and help to improve your mobility.
Examination of the hip
Read our guidance for healthcare professionals on examining the hip by following the 'look, feel, move and function' steps - including a video demonstration.
Back pain is very common and usually doesn’t have a serious cause. Learn about treatments, exercises and other ways to manage back pain.
It can cause joint pain and stiffness. Learn about the causes, symptoms and treatments.
3 video clips demonstrating ultrasound scans of the hip joint.
Study reveals specific exercises can help reduce knee osteoarthritis pain
A new clinical trial has found that exercise, combined with mobilisation to realign the knee cap can reduce knee osteoarthritis pain.
Exercises to manage pain
Try these exercises for foot/ankle, shoulder, elbow, neck, knee, back, hip and hand/wrist pain to strengthen, stretch and support or keep your joint flexible.
Your questions on osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
Read our professional answers to your questions about osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, including queries about a fear of falling and pain management.
Osteoporosis - Improving hip fracture care in England and Wales
Read more about improving hip fracture care in England and Wales.
Anterior transverse scan of the hip
Watch a healthcare professional video of the anterior transverse scan of the hip. Skin, subcutaneous fat, anterior thigh musculature and head of femur are seen.
Metal-on-metal hip replacement Q and A
Read our professional advice based on common questions about metal-on-metal hip replacement surgery, including concerns with debris from erosion in the body.
Lateral longitudinal scan of the hip
Watch a video of the lateral longitudinal hip scan. Subcutaneous fat, tensor fascia lata, gluteus medius, minimus tendons and greater trochanter are visualised.