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... Your hips probably hurt from one of 2 things. You probably weren't moving too much prior to surgery and now the extra PT has put some strain on the hips and is making them hurt. ... (2 replies)
... Lots of things can be done. PT sometimes helps. Cortisone may or may not. Arthoscopic removal may help. You don't say how many PT sessions were ordered nor how many you had completed so that's hard to decipher. ... (2 replies)
Pain in hip
Apr 17, 2017
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Pain in hip
Mar 20, 2017
... RI results, that my pain is anything with the sacroiliac joint. Everything strongly indicates bursitis. At this time, I am happy with the diagnosis, will get the cortisone injection and see how it goes. If pain in groin and thigh doesn't improve with an injection, I will go from there to see what could be causing it. ... (7 replies)
... I had open dislocation FAI surgery in March 2007. Until about 8 months ago, the surgery had been considered a success. ... (0 replies)
... treatments for a painful joint include cortisone injections to the joint. This works for awhile for some people, not at all or not very long for others. ... (6 replies)
... You're welcome! As I noted in my earlier lengthy post to you regarding what I went through with my left knee, starting last Dec., two cortisone shots in the space of six WEEKS apart failed to help me at ALL. ... (16 replies)
... Hi Mom...think we've talked elsewhere. Just to give you reference points, there are 4 main bursas in the hips. On each hip, you have a big one on the outside of the hip, just below the hip joint. Trochanteric bursa. ... (2 replies)
... until a week after the race while doing some single leg squats, I strained something in my knee. I am pretty certain it was my ITB. The knee pain is now almost gone, just a bit of sensation here and there. ... (0 replies)
... I did have sort of a similar experience in Sept of 2005. I was cleaning out a closet in my father's house to get the house ready for sale. ... (2 replies)
... you should definitely ask your doctor about alternate pain killers, cortisone and acupuncture. ... (607 replies)
... I too have been suffering with extreme hip pain in my left hip, very painful to the touch even. And walking is the enemy, only flares it up more. I also limp badly after just a short walk. ... (16 replies)
Hip bursitis
Nov 21, 2008
... I've had bursitis in both hips for around two years. I lost over 100 pounds 6 years ago and became very active and my hips didn't approve! In the last four years I've had 15 cortisone shots in each hip and I put my foot down and told my Dr I needed to have something done. ... (2 replies)
... with a labral tear in my right hip. ... (2 replies)
Hip Bursitis
Aug 17, 2006
... hi Kelly......you mentioned in your previous post that you have had hip bursitis before and that you had a phiso see you. What did he do for you? ... (6 replies)
... em if you need to buy time finding the right surgeon and doing research. Also, there is a lubricating gel that some doctors can inject into bad knees along with cortisone which prolongs the positive effects by months. ... (4 replies)
... As for injections, I have had a lot over the last five years, starting with Synvisc, did cortisone a couple of times, just this last month did three weeks of Hyalgan. ... (9 replies)
... Im 24 yo female. diagnosed with paetella femoral syndrome in 2004. after years of physical therapy, taping, cortisone injections, braces, i had a bilateral release done. that being my only option left. that was in jan 2008. ... (1 replies)
... That's why it won't go away with me. And for those wondering, replacing an arthritic hip won't stop the bursitis...didn't in my knees. If anything it made it worse. ... (21 replies)
Hip Bursitis
Nov 30, 2008
... Wow, I must have still been out of it three days after surgery. It's been almost two weeks now and I don't even remember posting this! HA... My Hip is totally pain free now! Thank GOD! (6 replies)


Associated Tags: bilateral release, fibromyalgia, hip, labral tear, post op pain, surgery recovery, tendon, total knee replacement

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