The labrum is a cartilaginous extension of the shoulder socket that gives the joint more stability and an incredibly wide range of motion. The labrum can be susceptible to tearing due to trauma or it can be prone to fraying as it becomes brittle with age. Common symptoms of a labral tear
The Hip consists of the pelvis, which connects the two femurs, as well as numerous muscles and ligaments that surround the joint and provide it with support. Our hip joints afford us the stability we need when performing all of our activities of mobility, including walking, running, standing up, and climbing stairs.