Buy hip bursitis worksheetGreater trochanteric bursitis, or hip bursitis, can be very painful and debilitating. Sometimes it’s caused by trauma to the area, or it can be caused by a tight IT band/TFL. However, sometimes it can be caused by an issue somewhere else in the body, like the back, knees, or even the ankles. These stretches and exercises can help relieve hip bursitis pain.

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