A Shot in the Hip

When other measures fall short, a steroid shot can get stiff, achy hips moving.

A variety of therapies can be used to help relieve the pain and stiffness of osteoarthritis in the hip. Although not the first step in management, corticosteroid injections can be used when other therapies aren’t sufficient. “We can get out of homeostasis with our arthritic joints, and the pain is no longer getting better with […]
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