Bursitis Blog Posts

The Most Common Types of Bursitis

Knee bursitis showing the femur, bursae, and tibia.
Bursitis tends to affect some joints more than others, and can even cause different symptoms depending on which bursa in a joint is affected. Learn about which joints and which bursae are most affected by bursitis.

What’s Causing My Hip Pain?

Medical illustration of a hip joint. Inset shows cartilage wear which is also called osteoarthritis.
Osteoarthritis, bursitis, hip impingement, labral tears, and even back problems can cause your hip to hurt. Learn the hallmark symptoms of the most common hip conditions to help you identify the source of your hip pain and possibly relieve it.

Septic Bursitis: The Serious Side of Bursitis

Medical illustration showing an infected bursa on the knee
Learn how doctors distinguish between non-septic bursitis and septic bursitis and why treating an infected bursa is so important.

Is My Shoulder Pain From Arthritis or Bursitis?

Woman grabbing their shoulder in pain.
Arthritis and bursitis are two common causes of shoulder pain. Knowing the differences between these two conditions can help you find an effective treatment for faster relief.

Is My Hip Pain From Arthritis or Bursitis?

Medical illustration of osteoarthritis in the hip joint
Two of the most common causes of hip pain are osteoarthritis and trochanteric bursitis. When bursitis is the culprit, tendonitis is often present, too. Learn the symptoms of these two conditions and ways to tell them apart.

Hip Pain That Travels Down the Leg

Medical illustration of a skeleton. The left leg is highlighted in pink, indicating pain, numbness or tingling.
Pain from your hip may travel down the thigh into your knee or leg. This pain can be referred from your muscles or joints or radiate through the nerves. Here are a few potential reasons why this type of pain can occur.

Likely Causes of Knee Pain: A Symptom Guide

Medical illustration of a knee joint showing signs of osteoarthritis
Knee pain is often caused by one of these four conditions. This symptom guide can help you narrow down the cause of your knee pain.