Femoroacetabular impingement is a clinical entity that occurs due to anatomical changes in the bony structures of the hip joint and increases the risk of development of degenerative joint disease. Diagnosis is made by history, clinical and radiological examinations. The earliest and the most common clinical sign is anterior groin pain. The pain is aggravated by the flexion, adduction and internal rotation of the hip joint. Range of motion of the hip joint decreases. All these alterations lead to a reduction in the activities of the patients in daily life and sports. Anterior impingement test is the most important diagnostic test in clinical examination.