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Hip Pain & Cycling

Hip pain in cyclists could be due to a number of pathologies including bursitis, snapping hip syndrome, impingement syndrome, labral tears or piriformis syndrome. Although the diagnoses may vary, the causes of cycling hip injuries are usually similar and involve over-training, pushing excessively high gears and muscle imbalances. The two most commonly seen hip injuries are piriformis syndrome and bursitis - see out client information leaflet for more information.

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