Home > Arthritis > Hip Arthritis Get the Flash Player to see this player. Rate: (Click the stars to rate) Published on Feb 03, 2010 by Center For Specialty Care, Views: 6968 Arthritis of the hip usually causes pain in the hip, but people may also complain of fatigue in the hip, and pain in the groin radiating to the knee. An xray will show the arthritis. Steroid injection into the hip can improve symptoms for a few months, along with nonsteroidal medications. Hip replacement and hip resurfacing, including the Birmingham surgery are surgical options, if people fail medical therapy.