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Sore hip at the end of the day? Might be tronchanteric bursitis


Trochanteric bursitis of the hip occurs where the tendon attaches along the side of the hips and can cause pain down the leg, and into the groin. Calcium deposits in the tendon can result due to the inflammation.


Using higher power lithotripsy (that is focused shockwaves, not radial shockwaves) the QLS team can help with Trochanteric Bursitis.


Usually injury in this area occurs as a result of trauma from a sudden impact - like falling - or from sports related impact - or it can also occur as the result of repetitive activity using the area (e.g running or cycling).


Read more about tronchanteric bursitis on QLS or Contact Us to see how we can help!

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