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Can Scoliosis In Adults Be Cause Of Hip Pain
X-ray revealed moderate upper lumbar scoliosis and osteophytes in lumbar vertebrae. Possible cause of severe low back and hip pain? Treatment options?
Early arthritis: Not sure why a 34yo has these problems. Your description of X-ray sounds like back spasm causing some local splinting and curvature, not classic scoliosis. Osteophytes typically seen in degenerative arthritis. Do you have autoimmune disease? Lupus? Psoriasis? Rheumatoid? ...Read more
It depends: How old are you, how severe is the scoliosis and do you have an abnormal gait that could potentially and over time put undue strain on the corresponding hip? Have you had the hip pain evaluated? Thus it is difficult to provide you with a meaningful answer without knowing answers to the above questions. Be well. ...Read more
What's the best brand mattress for someone who suffers from a bad back and is a side sleeper? I have scoliosis and hip pain.
Whichever helps: There is no "magic" mattress. The best one is the one that makes you feel the best. This is essentially a matter of opinion. ...Read more
No: No. You should have your orthotist adjust the brace to nake sure it is not a fitting issue. ...Read more
Hip Pain: Hip pain in young active adults can be variable causes. Apophysitis or apophyseal injury are possible btw 18-22 year olds. Also labral changes, femoral acetabular impingement, avascular necrosis, synovitis, inflammatory arthritis, muscle strains, hernias, referred pain from pelvis or genitalia, infectious joint injury especially from sexually transmitted disease. ...Read more
One of the most common causes of hip pain. Is osteoarthritis. Oa is usually seen in middle and old age, I do not know your age.
Other causes include impingement syndromes, bursitis, muscle issues, snapping hip, trauma, transient osteoporosis, osteonecrosis or avn, and the list goes on.
I recommend that you see your pcp or an orthoedic surgeon. Www. Aaos. Org/findanortho/. ...Read more
Here is the list - osteoarthritis, gout, strain, labral tear, inguinal hernia, sports hernia, avascular necrosis, bone contusion, tendonitis/bursitis, pinched nerve in lower back, etc.
As you can see, the list is pretty long. Remember, common things are common, so things like arthritis, strains/sprains and tendonitis tend to top the list.
Lastly, see your physician if the pain persists. ...Read more
Many options: There are many causes of hip pain. Pain can be in the front, side, or back of the hip. A few of the more common causes are arthritis, bursitis, and tendonopathy. Some of the more serious causes are infection, fractures, and cancer. I would recommend seeing your physician if you have sereve pain that wakes you from your sleep. ...Read more
Very rare: Rare reports of arthralgias and myalgias.Get a more detailed answer ›
Moist heat: The first 24-48 hours you are injured, use ice. Use moist heat to increase range of motion and blood flow to an area to speed up healing. If no moist heat is available use dry heat. Hope it helps. ...Read more
No.: Statin pain is statin myaglia, not pain in the joint. But then, "hip" pain is not where most people think, ie. In the groin, and down the anterolateral side of the thigh to above the knee. Buttock pain may be muscular, and this could be statin myalgia. But statins do not cause arthritis! ...Read more
Hi I'm having sever lower back and hip pain for no reason what could be causeing it what can I do to reduce the pain?
Why no reason?:
Just because you didn't have an injury doesn't
mean there is not reason for the pain.
To decrease the pain, I would try ice along with NSAID medication and rest including avoidance of any exacerbating activity
if you have no cause for the problem, you
may need to work on strength and flexibiltiy
to the affected area.
Also, check out the condition of your mattress. ...Read more
Tkr --4.5 months later. Still difficult to walk. Gait limping waddle like walk. Left hip pain increased. Cause? Had manipulation2 month ago. 125 bend
Likely Lumbar spine: Many people that have arthritic knees also have arthritic lower backs. When the low back is arthritic the usual symptoms are low back pain, weakness of legs, radiating pain down one or both legs, numbness and tingling. The usual scenario for an otherwise good tkr not going well is persistent or progressive low back problems radiating down the legs. This often results in poor recovery, stiffness. ...Read more
Hip djd psaos tendon: Psoas tendonitis or hip DJD see pcp then ortho if needed. ...Read more
Hip pain: It will be helpful to know what you mean by hip pain? Some people pulling to the side of their thigh or buttock area which is more related to gluteal muscles, muscle sprain or lumbar disc herniation's and nerve root compression. If you're referring to your groin area, which is your actual hip joint then it may be arthritis or a labral tear ...Read more
Several possibilitie: In that region, pain can arise from a hip, spine or si joint problem. It can also be a referred pain from your abdominal or pelvic region organs as well. If the pain is getting worse or persisting over time and is bothering you, get evaluated by your doctor to start the appropriate treatment based on a correct diagnosis. ...Read more
Sacroiliac subluxing: ? cause "shoulder, back & hip pain". These seemingly unrelated symptoms often associated with fibromyalgia. Sacroiliac joint subluxation induces pelvic girdle instability; arousing a functional spinal scoliosis; evoking shoulder girdle asymmetry & symptoms of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. These 3 pain generators might account for this seemingly disjointed set of symptoms. Is there joint hypermobility? ...Read more
Let me explain:
Femoral offset is the distance from the center of rotation of the femoral head to a line dissecting the long axis of the femur. In case of total replacement hip the the offset is considered as the distance from the center of rotation of the femoral head to a line bissecting the long axis of the stem.
Normal femoral offset varies between 30 amd 60 mm. ...Read more
I have severe hip pain that worsens throughout the day. Mornings I am ok. I stand the whole day. Feels like bursitis. What could the cause be?
Could be several: Diagnoses. You really should be seen, given that you are on several meds, have had other joint pains and have lost a kidney. And of course, get off your feet and put the leg up whenever you can during the day. Good luck! ...Read more
What could cause bad lower back/hip pain that switches from left to right side occasionally? Feels very stiff, sometimes felt in butt. Going on 6month
Soft tissues: 32y fem has "severe low back/hip pain alternating from side to side for six months" + sciatica. Largest joints in axial spine are sacroiliac joints, SIJ, & responsible for up to 30% of chronic low back pain per med lit. Lumbar nerve roots that conjoin to make sciatic nerve lie over ventral sulcus of SIJ. SIJ hypermobility can tug on these nerves, stimulate them & thereby arouse pain. See Osteopath ...Read more
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