Femoral acetabular impingement

What is Femoral acetabular impingement?

Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) or hip impingement syndrome is a condition affecting the hip joint in young and middle-aged adults. Impingement occurs when the ball shaped femoral head rubs abnormally or does not have full range of motion in the acetabular socket .

Questions and answers on "Femoral acetabular impingement"

I had an MRA of my right hip done for severe pain with each step I take, what feels like almost constant dislocation with even the slightest move...

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
Osteoarthritis both hips, Femoroacetabular impingement

Detailed Answer:
Hi there.

Welcome to Healthcare Magic.

Thanks for the query....

Read Full Thread   Ask a Doctor Now

hi I am a 51 yr old female with hip inflamation. I received ashot yesterday in my hip. I also got a percription for Nucynta. I am unable to take...

doctor1 MD

Hello,
Welcome, From your query i suspect you may be suffering from Hip Osteoarthritis.

Increasing age and overweight are the factors for hip...

Read Full Thread   Ask a Doctor Now

Recent questions on Femoral acetabular impingement


Ask Question
Doctor Image
MD

Hi, I am Dr. Andrew Rynne (Family Physician). I will be guiding you through the process. Please write your question below.

Related Drugs/Medications
Related Treatment/Therapy