Ask the Doctors: Hip Bursitis; Costochondritis

Q: I have bursitis in my right hip. I’ve had steroid shots, which usually provide relief for about eight months. Should I have the bursa surgically removed? A: Let’s start with some background. Bursitis is caused by irritation or inflammation of a bursa. These are small sacs of tissue that act as protectors of bone […]
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