A 41-year-old male asked:
Can a hip problem refer pain in the groin/back? travels down leg/foot. off and on for year. better resting. see a neurologist? urologist found nothing
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Dr. Craig Mortonanswered
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 20 years experience
Yes: Hip pain due to arthritis usually starts to the groin and may radiate to the thigh or the knee. Pain down the leg may suggest a pinched nerve in your back. See a specialist in musculoskeletal medicine for further workup.
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