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... I have a lot of effusion and synovitis of my hips but it showed up on the MRI, just a thought, could your hip pain be a side effect of all that is wrong with your knees? ... (3 replies)
... The article also notes that such shots are only rarely used for hip OA. ... (4 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)

... ven. And walking is the enemy, only flares it up more. I also limp badly after just a short walk. I've taken two rounds of prednisone shock packs, two rounds of cortisone injections, I use ice to relieve some of the pain, it's the only thing that helps. ... (16 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)
... 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)
... 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)
... Balleteach, I have been having computer problems too! Never know for sure when I am gonna be able to post! Not fun! ... (607 replies)
Hip Bursitis
Oct 12, 2008
... Yes I would definitely say this is bursitis. I have it in both hips. It is caused by your gait being off from the knee pain and limping, or adjusting your walk for the knee pain. ... (6 replies)
... In the future, medical research may indeed bring us workable and effective alternatives to the surgical solution for hip arthritis. However, the reality is that the best and most effective, tried and tested treatment readily available today is the total hip arthroplasty. ... (6 replies)
... I am hypermobile, too, that is why they are doing a full instead of a partial. I am glad you thought of that! When I can, I do Pilates for it, which improves strength through small, controlled movements. It drives me crazy when they tell me to do Yoga, flexibility is my problem! ... (9 replies)
... As for whether meniscal tears do or don't show up on MRI, I believe they do and it has EVERYTHING TO DO WITH THE SKILL OF THE ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON IN READING THE MRI!!! ... (13 replies)

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

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