Trochanteric Bursitus Condition
Trochanteric Bursitis usually occurs with a pronated foot and in the shorter of two legs. The pain and tenderness is located over the greater trochanter. The excessive pronation causes excessive internal rotation of the lower extremity. This increases pressure on the trochanteric bursa causing a bursitis. A custom biomechanical orthotic to balance the mechanics of the foot usually provide relief. Leg length discrepancies should also be addressed.