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Nov 25, 2014
... or sacral issues, it is quite common to have pain in the buttocks, groin and hip area. You can look up a dermatome map to see which spinal nerves innervate which areas of the body. ... (13 replies)
Back and hip pain
Jan 31, 2012
... You may be having hip pain from a problem stemming from your hip, as the other poster suggested, but it could also be coming from a lumbar disc slightly higher up than the ones that cause back of the leg pain. ... (11 replies)
... Hi Pete, thanks again for your response. It makes me feel a bit better knowing that someone was going through the same thing and is beating it. My back has gone out or the S bend has happend twice since my last reply and i cant afford to go to the physio more than once a week. I seem to last for maybe a week where i feel ok and then something will happen i will get tight and... (5 replies)

... Hi Pete, thanks again for your response. It makes me feel a bit better knowing that someone was going through the same thing and is beating it. My back has gone out or the S bend has happend twice since my last reply and i cant afford to go to the physio more than once a week. I seem to last for maybe a week where i feel ok and then something will happen i will get tight and... (5 replies)
... re was a way of finding out for sure whats going on and hope you get some answers soon too. My daughter has dealt with anemia on and off for years she never gets higher that 12.1 one doctor said maybe she is just made that way, who knows. I just wish i could take away her pain or give her a reason for it. ... (13 replies)
... onation, particularly if you are a runner, it causes the knees to rotate slightly inward, which results in a slight pelvic rotation...which has the effect of one hip seeming higher, and thus, one leg seems shorter than the other. ... (7 replies)
... Wow! That was extremely helpful. All things I have suspected, but not one person has pinpointed. I keep getting shifted from specialist to specialist. I have had at least all of those things mentioned by one person or another throughout my 11 years. They all say I am too young (at 36 now) to have all this and in too good of shaped--that is not helpful to me at all. My... (3 replies)
... lity to perform their sports. For awhile, my left SI joint would slip out of position, which pulled the piriformis taut and caused pain in what I thought was my hip and sometimes it felt like I was being stabbed in my low back on that left side, too. ... (3 replies)
... Ray that revealed that my left pelvis is around an inch higher than my right, creating a leg length discrepancy where my left leg is shorter than the right. ... (8 replies)
... Hello, I'm hoping to get some insight into what might be causing my pain. What's happening is that when I stand or walk for more than a short time, my left hip begins to hurt, and the pain travels down the side of my leg. If I keep walking or standing, eventually my left foot will start to go numb. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, I would like to know what is possible to do with hip pain, knowing that it apparently does not come from the back (no pain there, no problem with any discs, no traumas, no family history of arthritis, i'm only32). The sciatica begins from the gluts, and although i do regular stretching for this area, the pain persists. Also I checked but the difference in lenght of my... (3 replies)
... I think this is quite common. I have the same problem but have found the Egoscue method to be very helpful, especially something called The Tower, which actually evens the hips over time as it also works on the psoas muscle which is a big contributor to uneven hips. (4 replies)
... i have one hip higher than the other. ... (4 replies)
... One hip being higher than the other can mean a lot of different things. When I was 13, my mother noticed that one of my hips where higher than the other, and it turned out I had scoliosis. ... (1 replies)
... What does it mean if your one hip is higher than the other (1 replies)
... T can always tell if the joint is out of its socket by looking at my hips, when I lay on my back. If one is higher than the other, then the SI joint is out of its socket. As soon as it is popped back into place, the hips are the same size again. ... (8 replies)
... Hello Cheryl, Welcome to the board. I am sorry you having problems and in so much pain. This may sound like a silly question, but how do you know one hip is higher/one leg shorter? The reason I ask is that sometimes there is a problem in the back that causes you to make these compensations. It makes it seem like one leg is shorter, but in reality it is caused by a... (8 replies)
... what to do when you have 1 hip higher than the other and 1 leg shorter than the other. ... (8 replies)
... nd what to expect, you can relax a bit. You've done what you can to get ready for this experience. There comes a point where you just have to turn it over to a higher power. Worrying isn't going to do a bit of good, so do what you can to avoid it. ... (9 replies)
... My memory is awful and I am unable to do anything with my family. And it doesn't control my pain, I basically do not function in life right now. I could take higher doses of meds but I keep holding back cause of the effects I have now. So any info or advice you can give me would be much appreciated. ... (4 replies)




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