How is your mother? If there is no history of trauma to this area, hip pain may be due to arthritis,
trochanteric bursitis, tendonitis, osteonecrosis, lumbar Pain suchherniated discs and sciatica, snapping hip
syndrome, muscle strains and hip fracture. It would be best to have this evaluated by your doctor. Treatment
of hip pain must be directed at the specific cause of the problem. A complete medical history and physical
examination are needed to reach a diagnosis. Imaging studies such as x-ray or MRI may be done to rule out
The first treatment for most conditions that cause hip pain is to rest the joint, and allow the acute
inflammation to subside. Over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medications may also help with the pain.
Take care and regards.