It appears you have not yet Signed Up with our community. To Sign Up for free, please click here....

Message Board

Knee & Hip Problems Board Index
Pages: 1 Showing 1 - 20 of 23 for uneven hips. (0.004 seconds)

... Michael, my hubby was in his early 40's when he had his hips replaced. He had been in pain for over a year but was terrified to be in a hospital and was in total denial about the need. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Double: 'Has anyone suggested that you put a lift in the heel of the shoe on the shorter leg length side? I assume the arch suports are equal in size and height. My hip surgeon did that for my brother in law, who thought he needed a hip replacement, but the surgeon said "just get a lift" and that solved the problem. Brother in law had "listed to the side" all his... (2 replies)
... grade pain in both hips as well as the lower back while walking, as well as an altered gait. ... (2 replies)

... I have sacroiliac joint dysfunction and pelvic obliquity, the right side of my ribcage is concave and the left side sticks out. my shoulders and collar bones are uneven and cause tremendous pain and every part of my body aches and bone are popping everytime I seem to move. ... (0 replies)
... Hi, I have had both hips replaced and the second left me with a 3/4" difference in length. It is a long story, so check my other posts. I found that the PT was the most helpful in telling me how much to correct, but even he said it was a trial and error process of finding out what feels good to me. I did find some clear plastic lifts that are layered so you can take off just... (8 replies)
... ing down by different orthopedic caregivers. This included chiro, many PTs, 3 different orthopedic drs, a spine specialist. They do you standing and see how your hips look. Most of them put their hands on my pelvis and seem to eyeball how level it is. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks to everybody who replied to my question about postponing THR. Based largely on your replies, I have decided to go forward with the surgery as scheduled (September). Meanwhile, my 'bad' leg is shorter because of cartilage loss in the hip. I had a shoe repair place build up the shorter heel on two pairs of walking shoes, plus I've been trying inserts of various... (8 replies)
... Hi i'm new here i have osteoarthitis in the hips (mild) i started to get pain in the groin for a while in both legs. and also get pain when i walk i found out i had high instep in my right foot so i wear WALK FIT ORTHOTICS reduces pain and pressure and supports body. weather or not that started it i don't know. when i had pain in the groin somedays i could'nt walk... (7 replies)
... i am going thru the same thing as you and cant find a diagnose either. please reply back after your appt and let us know what the doc thinks. good luck mike (7 replies)
... rted oxycodone. I can't find relief from anything. I have an SI belt, TENS unit, and other things to try to help...nothing works. My PT discovered I have very uneven leg length and uneven and weak hip flexors. When she stretched me my legs were abnormally bendable and would pop near my hips. ... (7 replies)
... (32 replies)
... ray today of my HIPS that showed they were very frail and something about my legs not being in the sockets correctly. My PCP said my hips resembled that of a elderly person and not a young healthy person. ... (32 replies)
... Hi all you hippies! Iíve just returned from my 14 day Mediterranean cruise and it was wonderful. Iím just about 10 months since my second THR and was able to keep up with the tour group just fine. I made it up to the top of the Acropolis in Athens and saw the Parthenon with no problem. I was tired, but so were others who didnít have new hips! You were right Silver! We saw all... (607 replies)
... Hi mack: I am a stranger and my reaction is "EEK!" to your getting two knees at the same time. One per time is plenty from what I read here in this Forum! Knees are more complicated than hips, which I have had two replacements of, done two separate surgeries. It is hard enough to recover from one replacement - much less two at the same time. And, and as for how knee... (1 replies)
... I've already had both knees replaced and know I am heading for both hips too. My spine has aggravated both and vice versa. ... (1 replies)
... I have severe back pain that's now affecting my knee and shoulder. After seeing a specialist, she concluded that my hips are slightly uneven, putting more pressure on one side over the other and suggested I try a chiropractor to help realign things. ... (3 replies)
... t surgery, my range of motion is 132 and extension is pretty much at 0! And I've basically shed the use of my cane unless I know I'll need if I go somewhere with uneven terrain. ... (7 replies)
... and my leg length is uneven because of it. Maybe look into this? ... (2 replies)
... ray was difficult for the technician to get because my hips are so uneven. I had no idea! I look forward to seeing my orthopedic surgeon. ... (32 replies)
... Had to buy new shoes and new pants and it took a long while for my hips and back to get used to the new stance. But once they did, it slowed down the arthritis in those joints so it was well worth it. ... (1 replies)

Associated Tags: chiropractor, health insurance, hip, pain

Pages: 1

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 10:24 PM.

© 2021 MH Sub I, LLC dba Internet Brands. All rights reserved.
Do not copy or redistribute in any form!