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O find out wots up with my legs at the top ,pain is worse if I sit down ?.

I have got wear and tear of the hips ,but the pain in my legs are worse espeally wen I sit down .

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What are the different ways to prevent shin splints pain?

Here are the different ways to prevent shin splints pain:

1. Strengthen your hips- The best exercises for preventing shin splints are basic squats, deadlifts and lunges. But, your focus should be on using your glutes.
2. Minimize using machines- Machine based exercises are some of the least effective for treating shin splints. The reason is because most machine-based exercises are performed while sitting down and in an apparatus that provides all of the stability for you.
When you run you're standing not sitting. So, your own body has to stabilize itself as you are on one leg the majority of the time. If you aren't training the actual movements and positions similar to running then you are making yourself prone to injuries to your shins, ankles, knees, hips and lower back.
3. Stop running on the treadmill- Treadmills are a great piece of equipment to run indoors or while you watch TV at the gym. But, if you are trying to avoid shin splints then you'll want to avoid the treadmill as much as you can and run on a solid surface instead.
Treadmills operate with a belt so it's harder to get a solid push off the ground because it's moving underneath you. When you run on a solid surface like outdoors you can push off the ground which also helps activate the hips more effectively than on a moving surface.
4. If using a treadmill use incline rather than speed- If your only option is using a treadmill then keep the speed down a bit from your normal pace and substitue by increasing the incline slightly.
Running on an incline can help reduce shin splint pain because you naturally have to push off the ground harder using your hips to move uphill. When running on a flat surface your shin muscles can take over since the hips aren't forced to work very hard to move your body.
5. Use effective training combos- There are a number of exercises and sequences that can help you prevent shin splint pain if you know how to do them.

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Legs hurting a lot

Maybe they've been pushed too far is my guess. I think they might need some rest.

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Deep pain in my right hip while walking

Symptoms of Hip Pain

Depending on the condition that's causing your hip pain, you might feel the discomfort in your:
  • thigh
  • inside of the hip joint
  • groin
  • outside of the hip joint
  • buttocks
Sometimes pain from other areas of the body, such as the back or groin (from ahernia), can radiate to the hip.
You might notice that your pain gets worse with activity, especially if it's caused by arthritis. Along with the pain, you might have reduced range of motion. Some people develop a limp from persistent hip pain.

Hip Pain Relief

If your hip pain is caused by a muscle or tendon strain, osteoarthritis, or tendinitis, you can usually relieve it with an over-the-counter pain medication such as Tylenol or a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug such as Motrin or Aleve.
Rheumatoid arthritis treatments also include prescription anti-inflammatory medications such as corticosteroids, or disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drugs (DMARDs) like methotrexate and sulfasalazine.

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Another way to relieve hip pain is by holding ice to the area for about 15 minutes a few times a day. Try to rest the affected joint as much as possible until you feel better.
If you have arthritis, exercising the hip joint with low-impact exercises, stretching, and resistance training can reduce pain and improve joint mobility. For example,swimming is a good non-impact exercise for arthritis. Physical therapy can also help increase your range of motion.
When osteoarthritis becomes so severe that the pain is intense or the hip joint becomes deformed, a total hip replacement (arthroplasty) may be a consideration. People who fracture their hip sometimes need surgery to fix the fracture or replace the hip.
Call your health care provider if your pain doesn't go away, or if you notice swelling, redness, or warmth around the joint. Also call if you have hip pain at night or when you are resting.
Get medical help right away if:
  • The hip pain came on suddenly.
  • A fall or other injury triggered the hip pain.
  • Your joint looks deformed or is bleeding.
  • You heard a popping noise in the joint when you injured it.
  • The pain is intense.
  • You can't put any weight on your hip.

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