Hip Labral Tear
The socket of your hip joint (acetabulum) is lined by cartilage called your F A Q Labrum . This cartilage provides stability and cushioning for your hip joint, Physiotherapy allowing the ball of your thighbone (femur) to move smoothly and Painlessly in the socket.
A tear in your labrum, known as a hip labral tear or acetabular labral tear, can result from injury, repetitive movements that cause wear-and-tear on your hip joint, In many cases, a hip labral tear causes no signs or symptoms and does not require treatment. Occasionally, however, a hip labral tear may cause pain or a “catching” sensation in the hip joint.
Treatment for a hip labral tear consist of Physical therapy, medications or a combination. Sometimes an arthroscopy surgery is necessary to treat a hip labral tear.