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Hello there and thanks for your question about hip pain. As with many things in the body, there can be different reasons for pain, including issues with muscles, tendons, joints, nerve and other tissue. Indeed, sometime pain in a particular area can be due to a problem further away such as in the...
20 Feb 2019
Depending on the severity/size (or Stage) of your disc herniation in both your clinical signs and in your MRI, Stage 3 (large, severe) slipped disc must undergo surgery to improve no other choice ! Early Stage 1 (small, mild) and Mid Stage 2 (moderate disc bulg...
14 Feb 2019
Thank you for the question. It sounds like you are already seeing someone about your knee symptoms and they have given you some reasonable options. In some respects it depends on your symptoms. If you are having recurrent instability and dislocations, then, depending on the...
29 Oct 2018
Sciatica is classically described as shooting pain that travels from the buttock down to the leg and can be associated with altered sensation or strength in the leg depending on the underlying cause. The reason this develops is because the sciatic nerve, is irritated somewhere al...
4 Sep 2018
Thank you for your email and I am sorry to hear about your ongoing pain symptoms. This can be an issue after surgery even if it does resolve the disc issue/symptoms that you were experiencing. The only way to resolve pain is to assess you and consider the pain generators in th...
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