Femoroacetabular impingement syndrome is a movement-related condition, usually caused by abnormal bone formation of the femoral head and/or acetabulum.
Decreased Hip Range of Motion and Groin Pain in Athletes
The authors concluded that decreased hip ROM in professional soccer players is associated with more hip pain and groin pain and is associated with previous injuries, independent of the presence of a cam deformity.
Clinical Tests for Gluteal Tendinopathy in Patients with Lateral Hip Pain
Patients with lateral hip pain on Single Leg Stance and who are not palpably tender over the greater trochanter are unlikely to have gluteal tendinopathy.