Lateral Hip Pain is a common condition and goes by a number of different names such as: Gluteal Tendinopathy Bursitis Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome The pain generally arises from the gluteal tendons that attach to the "bony" area on the side of your hip. Key symptoms include pain/tenderness over the lateral hip area (the bony area on the side of your hip), and pain with activities that "load" the lateral hip area such as: Walking Standing on one leg Going up/down stairs
There are many different types of headaches, and not all types can be treated successfully by physiotherapists. The most successfully managed headache type by physiotherapists are the headaches coming from your neck. Neck (also called cervicogenic) headaches are characterised by the following symptoms: - Neck pain and stiffness. - Usually felt only on one side of the neck/head (although this is not always the case). - Usually commence in the neck and then spread to the head.