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Hip Core Decompression
Opting for a bilateral hip core decompression. Will i be in a wheelchair or crutches?What is recovery times like?Have a desk job can I go back quick?
Core Decompr. "CD": Cd can be done as an inpatient procedure with a short hospitalization, but there is a recent trend toward doing it on an outpatient basis. Patients are usually maintained on partial weightbearing with crutches for 6 weeks to 3 months. Other procedures have higher morbidity complications, and require more vigorous protection from weightbearing, usually 3+ mos. ...Read more
Is it a pinched nerve have pain n the front inner & side of thigh. Have pain n lower back, hips, pubic bone, groin area. Can decompression help this?
Depends: This depends on what your imaging reveals. Lumbar stenosis can cause back pain and pain into thighs which are worse with ambulation. Decompression can help this with or without a fusion depending on your specific image and exam. However you are very young for something like this to happen. Please be seen and evaluated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had hip scope 4 cam decompression 8/13. Still having 8/10 pain. MRI & X-ray r neg. 1 surgeon said there's nothing to do and I need to live w it. True?
Not necessarily : Pain has to have a source. If the pain in the hip is still present, then you need to work with your doctor to figure out why. Maybe it's not just the hip joint, but could be coming from the lumbar spine or sacroiliac joint. A lot of times all these structures can overlap in where pain is felt. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
6 months post op. R hip cam decompression, labral tear. Still having quite a bit of pain. Dr said normal, can take a long time. Any thoughts?
I have avn both hips, had 5 surgies, replacements and core decompress with bone grafts, why do I still have so much pain?
I have bilateral avasular necrosis of femoral head , I have undergone core decompression surgery .Ok now .Can I have normal sex life ?
Surgeon has details: A "normal sex life" means different things to different people. The amount of activity one can do after surgery depends on the surgeon, the patient, and the type of activity. The website has a long description: http://ctsportsdoc.Com/publications/ch015-x4397.Pdf it says at 6 weeks, patients are advanced to full weight bearing and physical therapy is progressed to include quadriceps exercises... ...Read more
4th back surg coming is revision decompression and there is narrowing of the nerv canal. What advantage is over pain stimulator?
Depends on your : Symptoms & whether they match your imaging findings. A decompression works well for leg symptoms brought on by standing & walking relieved by sitting. Make sure you have no hip or vascular issues or a neuropathy. The success of repeat surgery generally decreases with each one. A stimulator is reversible & does not preclude further surgery. ...Read more
DCS: Decompression sickness (dcs) is also called the bends. When a diver descends in the water- pressure increases. As the diver ascends there is less pressure which allows dissolved gas to form bubbles in body tissues. This can cause a variety of different symptoms ; in some cases can lead to death. It could also occur in an unpressurized aircraft going to high altitude, if a halo parachutist does not. ...Read more
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