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Doctor insights on: Does Popping A Pelvis Out Cause Sciatic Pain

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Does popping a pelvis out cause sciatic pain?

Does popping a pelvis out cause sciatic pain?

No: Again, popping your pelvis out is not a medical term so it is hard to determine what you mean by this. ...Read more

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When I sit on butt with knees pulled to chest and rock I can feel a popping in butt like a muscle? Maybe my sciatic nerve popping back and forth?

When I sit on butt with knees pulled to chest and rock I can feel a popping in butt like a muscle? Maybe my sciatic nerve popping back and forth?

Not likely: More likely one is rocking on the part of the pelvis called the ischial tuberosity or sits bone. But if there is pain, tingling or any kind of alarming sensation, one should get it looked at. ...Read more

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How would you determine if pain radiating down the back of the leg to above the knee, is sciatic vs. referred pain from another site(hip,pelvis,etc)?

How would you determine if pain radiating down the back of the leg to above the knee, is sciatic vs. referred pain from another site(hip,pelvis,etc)?

2nd opinion from DO: With your history of fractures, chronic back pain, OA knees B/L, back trauma,you could benefit greatly from seeing an osteopathic medical doctor, who specializes in neuromusculoskeletal medicine (NMM) to evaluate and treat you.They would be able to answer this question quickly,a nd accurately, as it may be a combination of both with your complex trauma history.There are DOs locally in ME,NH,RI &MA ...Read more

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I have Siatic nerve pain in my right leg and foot could it possiable be causes the pain I'm expericing in my right lower stomach above pelvic bone?

I have Siatic nerve pain in my right leg and foot could it possiable be causes the pain I'm expericing in my right lower stomach above pelvic bone?

Generally No: If you have abdominal pain above pelvic bone, this could be something else. If you want a true evaluation, I would suggest seeing a spine/pain specialist that has sports medicine training as well to address this issue fully. ...Read more