The hip labrum has many functions, including shock absorption, joint lubrication, pressure distribution, and aiding in stability, with damage to the labrum associated with osteoarthritis. Basically the Labrum acts as a seal which holds the thighbone.
Disease symptoms and Teatment
The tretament depends upon the severity of the problem. The patient can visit the sport medicine physician for a very serious case Hip Arthroscopy is suggested. The symptoms including contusion, strain, athletic pubalgia, osteitis pubis, inflammatory arthritis.
We observed health report survey in 67% of the labral tears in the anterior labrum, 23% in the lateral labrum, and 10% in the posterior labrum.