Most of us think about our “hips” as the entire pelvic area—front, back, and sides. For example, when we take our hip measurements to determine our pants size, we put the tape measure all around the widest part of pelvis. But when medical professionals talk about hip problems or breaking a hip, they are typically referring to the hip joint itself, where your pelvis connects to your thighbone. Here is an illustration:
In All About Hip Replacements and Yoga I provides an overview of all the information we have on the blog about hip replacements and how to practice if you have one. There’s a lot!
In Friday Q&A: Yoga and Bursitis, Baxter provides information about what bursitis in the hip is and how to practice if you have it.
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