2. Hip Joint Pain

You may experience pain along the inside of the hip joint. This type of pain is usually a result of an injury, inflammation, or other damage to the hip joint. Besides aches or pains in the joint, you may also experience joint stiffness or a burning sensation that surrounds the tendon. This usually means one of the tendons in the hip is irritated or inflamed. In exceptional cases, redness of the skin may accompany these symptoms. Other common causes of pain deep in the hip joint are arthritis of the hip, usually osteoarthritis, a hip injury, or a pinched nerve.


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