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Osteoarthritis In Hip Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Osteoarthritis In Hip.

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The Causes of Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis, the most common form of arthritis, is a major health problem affecting an estimated 21 million adults in the United States alone. Osteoarthritis begins with the breakdown of joint cartilage which results in pain, stiffness, swelling a...  Read more

Types of Arthritis

When you hear the term "arthritis," you probably imagine painful and stiff joints. While that is pretty accurate (arthritis literally means "joint inflammation"), there are actually over 100 different types of arthritis, which is...  Read more

Dietary Supplements for Osteoarthritis

When cartilage that cushions your joints begins to breakdown faster than your body can replace it, you develop osteoarthritis. Without this protective tissue, the bones in your joints rub together, causing pain, tenderness, swelling and stiffness. Lo...  Read more

Foods That Fight Osteoarthritis

Unlike other forms of forms of arthritis, your risk of developing osteoarthritis is largely related to lifestyle factors like diet, weight, exercise, and previous injury. In fact, dietary and lifestyle changes can have a huge affect on the prevention...  Read more

5 Healthy Habits That Are Making You Sick

You eat right (most of the time), hit the gym regularly and keep a clean house, especially during cold and flu season. So, why are you still getting sick? It turns out that some of the best things we do to stay healthy can expose us to germs when don...  Read more

Been having problems with my hip feeling tight...a
Updated 5/11/2015 10:48:39 AM

Been having problems with my hip feeling tight...anyone know of a couple good stretches for the hips?...  Read more

Set Point weight, Hip Bursitis and Frustration
Updated 5/15/2015 3:05:41 AM

Hello everyone, Itís been a while since Iíve written a post like this but the frustration has been building for a long time. I have been on Sparkpeople for about five years and during that time I have gone from 245 to an average weight of 165. I...  Read more

When I measure my hips, thighs and waist for track
Updated 4/30/2015 9:40:29 PM

When I measure my hips, thighs and waist for tracking my measurements here on Sparkpeople, do I take the measurements sitting up or sitting down?...  Read more

I had hip replacement surgery last week. I was try
Updated 4/16/2015 6:54:10 PM

I had hip replacement surgery last week. I was trying to lose weight prior. I was going to the gym and tracking food. I was in the hospital 1&1/2 days and gained 14 lbs. Fortunately, it was mostly fluid retention. I don't want to get off track....  Read more

Anyone had surgery for tear in your hip cartilage?
Updated 4/14/2015 5:31:46 PM

I've had this nagging hip pain thing going on for at least a year. We thought it was my hip flexor, so I went through physical therapy for four months, but then the pain crept back and today I learned the results of my MRI. I have a tear in my labru...  Read more

How to Make Sure You're Really Hip-Width Apart

Many people have the problem of standing a bit too wide when asked to stand with their feet hip-width apart. A FitSugar blog post explains how to find this stance naturally:March slowly in place, stop, and then casually kick up your left leg and allo...  Read more

Overweight? Knee Pain?

If you are obese, your knees and hips experience up to 6 times as much pressure when walking down a flight of stairs & you are at risk for osteoarthritis in the kness, hands, ankles and hips. Eating tuna or salmon twice a week will give you the Omega...  Read more

Dancers!

Dancers: ballroom, latin, swing, ballet, belly dance, hip hop, or even just dancing in the kitchen, it's all good! Don't dance? No problem! Come visit!...  Read more

Runner's Knee: Exercise or Rest, Which is Best?

Ask any runner, or non-runner for that matter, what one of the most common running injuries is and invariably many will mention patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS)--AKA runner's knee. It has been reported that as many as 70% of all runners will suf...  Read more

Flip-Flops May Not Be So Bad After All

Last spring I wrote a blog about my obsession with my beloved flip-flops. With the exception of a few months during the winter, flip-flops are my primary spring, summer and fall shoe staple. I wear them almost every day, the only exception is when I...  Read more