There are some conditions that commonly cause hip pain.

When you put stress on your hips, such as when you run, a layer of cartilage protects the bone from grinding against the socket. The hip joint is strong but not invulnerable. Cartilage may deteriorate or be destroyed with age and usage.

The hip area is prone to overuse injuries, especially to the tendons and muscles. Hip fractures are common after falls and other types of injuries. Hip discomfort may be caused by any of these issues. Here’s a list of potential causes of hip pain and methods for alleviating it.

Common Hip Pain symptoms

If you have pain, it might be caused by a number of different conditions, and you may experience pain anywhere from The buttocks, groin, outside of the hip, and both thighs. Hip pain might be sent there from the lower back or the groin (in the case of a hernia).

If your pain is due to arthritis, you may find that it increases when you engage in physical activity. If the pain is bad enough, you may also find that your mobility is impaired. Because of chronic hip discomfort, some individuals start to limp.

Common Causes of Hip Pain

  • Hip discomfort often has a straightforward cause, such as overexertion during exercise. The soreness you’re experiencing is likely due to strained or inflamed soft tissues, such as tendons, and will likely subside within a few days.
  • There are a number of medical issues that might result in persistent hip discomfort. Pain in the groin, the front thigh, and the knee might indicate a problem with the hip joint.
  • Pain in the knee may be the sole symptom of an issue with the hip; this is known as referred pain or radiated pain and is rather frequent.
  • Pain on the outside of the hip or buttock is possible, however, it might just as well be due to issues with the lower back.

How Prolotherapy injections can help

In prolotherapy, a simple dextrose-based solution is injected into the site of injury or degeneration to the ligament or tendon connection. This injection stimulates the body’s natural, rapid healing reaction.

Minerals, fatty acids, or even a patient’s own healing cells from platelets in their blood, or stem cells from fat, or bone marrow, may be added to the solution to improve its efficacy. Prolotherapy has been shown to be beneficial in relieving chronic joint pain in a large number of scientific investigations.


If you are looking for a treatment to treat hip pain and a diagnosis of chronic hip pain, consult with Dr. Vikram Rajguru in Pune.

About Dr. Vikram Rajguru

Dr. Vikram Rajguru is one of India’s first Interventional Regenerative Orthopedic and OrthoBiologic surgeons. He is one of a handful of surgeons in the nation that is both an Orthopedic Surgeon in Pune and an expert in the field of Interventional Regenerative Orthopedics and Sports Medicine.

The Prolotherapy Clinic(PTC®) was founded by Dr. Rajguru as a response to the shortcomings so evident in “traditional medicine,” which largely places a premium on high patient turnover while neglecting long-term health care. PTC® is India’s first center dedicated to practicing regenerative procedures like Prolotherapy in an Orthopedic clinical setting.