Snapping Hip Syndrome sometimes referred to as Dancer’s Hip is a condition in which you hear an audible snapping sound or sensation in your hip when you walk, run or swing your leg around. For dancers or athletes, it can be associated with pain and weakness that could interfere with performance. In most cases, snapping is caused by the movement of a muscle or tendon over a bony structure in the hip.
For severe pain, consult your doctor for treatment plans.
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