Hip impingement, more commonly referred to as femoral acetabular impingement (FAI), can develop for many different reasons. The exact cause is usually unknown, yet there are two specific types of FAI that can occur. The pain that occurs with FAI can often be annoying to debilitating depending on the types of activities you enjoy and the amount of pain you are in.
Osteoporosis is a disease that weakens our bones and causes them to become fragile. Anyone can be at risk for developing osteoporosis, however, women who are of post-menopausal age are at an increased risk due to the imbalance between the body not making new bone cells as fast as the old bone cells are lost. There are many ways we can manage our bone loss naturally so we can live active lives.
Shoulder bursitis is a painful inflammation that could be a reason for people to feel like they can’t use their shoulder or even move the way they want to. Shoulder bursitis can occur when the bursae become irritated, inflamed, and swollen. Understanding how to recognize shoulder bursitis is the first step to knowing how to reduce the pain and inflammation so the shoulder can move better without pain.