Iliopsoas bursitis can be as scary as it sounds when it comes to the painful symptoms and possible partial loss of mobility. More permanent damage can result with the overuse of joints. We depend on the strength and the condition of the cushioning of our joints for ease of movement and flexibility. Also known as iliopectineal bursitis, this form of bursitis may be treated and resolved with natural remedies and iliopsoas bursitis exercise.

What Causes Iliopsoas Bursitis?
Initially caused by a repetitive motion as seen in sports such as running, iliopsoas bursitis flares up with the overworked and excessive use of the hip joints.

It can also be the result of:

Hip injuries
Infection of the hip bursa
Iliopsoas tendonitis
Stiff hip flexor muscles
Rheumatoid arthritis

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