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... This is a reply to plreynolds who contacted me about more info on chronic hip bursitis and what to do when it won't go away. Rather than email him directly, I figured it would be more of a help to post it here for anyone suffering with this pain. ... (21 replies)
... Thanks so much for your response!!! I have never heard of Lidoderm patches and will surely ask my ortho....my husband and I are hoping to go to China and the Philipines this August with friends...and I don't want to slow anybody down. ... (2 replies)
Constant Hip Pain
Aug 16, 2015
... I'm actually writing this for my wife who is in almost constant pain from her right hip. It has progressively gotten worse since 2012 when she was treated for bursitis. ... (7 replies)

... Well, I hate to be the bearer of bad news but I've had chronic trochanteric bursitis for over 30 years. Here's a few tricks I've learned. ... (21 replies)
... Ah now here is somethign I can relate to. ... (10 replies)
Hip Bursitis
Oct 12, 2008
... I'm pretty sure I have hip bursitis now and was wondering if anyone else has experience with this. I've had knee problems and multiple surgeries over the past 3 years and have been limping as of late. Recently fell and broke some bones in my foot and messed my knee up even further so have set a date for a TKR in 2 weeks. ... (6 replies)
... I had THR on my right hip in Dec. of 2006 for hip dysphasia. All seemed to go as planned. The problem was the hip still was shaky and somewhat painful when made to hold all of my weight, but I was walking well with out a limp in no time. ... (1 replies)
... You seem very knowlegeable. I have partial tears in medius and minimus gluteus, right hip, with bursitis. main problems are painful walking and sleeping on either hip. ... (4 replies)
... Is Bursitis a life long event without treatment? ... (24 replies)
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... king at a TKR this summer. I ruined my left knee in the Army and held out as long as I could, but three surgeries later, I want to play Frisbee with my child and go to the State Fair without worrying about what to do if I suddenly cannot walk. ... (31 replies)
... anted to let you know you are not alone with the long lasting hip problems. I have been having hip problems since 2003. It all stemed from running cross country. For 3 years i had chronic bursitis, every month I would get a steriod injection in my right hip. It helped a little bit. ... (1 replies)
... I had a hip replacement revision done in August which is trickier and more complicated than the original THR that I had 14 years ago. ... (9 replies)
Hip pain
Mar 16, 2012
... the aggravation between sitting then standing and the feeling of giving way, can be indicative of a labral tear or cartilage delamination. These were symptoms I endured for 15 years before getting a diagnosis. ... (10 replies)
... I did something like that a couple years ago. ... (3 replies)
Info please
Aug 7, 2008
... Cryotherapy is Ice therapy. There are machines that you can use instead of ice packs. It is a little cooler that you fill with ice. ... (8 replies)
Shattered knee?
Oct 4, 2010
... ortunately is one of the few bursas they can't inject with cortisone. The only way to treat it is rest and possibly immobilizing it. Inflammatory drugs are given for pain. Try ice on it now. ... (12 replies)
... and I was told that if my insurance did not think that this was a fair and reasonable fee, I would be responsible for the remainder of the bill. I then called all the major medical centers in my area and heard back from all of them. I chose to go to the Un. ... (26 replies)
... I just found out that I will need surgery to fix a labrum tear and impingement. I am very scared and dreading this. I appreciate any advice that anyone can give me about the surgery and the doctors. ... (4 replies)
Knee, thigh pain
Mar 16, 2006
... in bed my left leg would ache then stop. It would hurt real bad, then just quit, just like that. Then, one day I was walking down our hall, and my back went out on me, like something had sprung in there. I can't explain it. It got worse, and I could stand up straight for a week or more, and my left leg and hip hurt also. ... (5 replies)




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