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I do not have full range of motion in my right hip. Dr. Said something about myl legiment and muscle contracting. Anything I can do about this?

I do not have full range of motion in my right hip. Dr. Said something about myl legiment and muscle contracting. Anything I can do about this?

If that assessment i: If that assessment is correct, then a proper evaluation to determine the cause would be helpful and would assist in guiding the best therapy and intervention for your problem. Specialist in the area of muscular skeletal disorders ie. Orthopedics, physical medicine and rehab(physiatrist) may be able to assist you and your pcp with options along with a proper pt prescription if appropriate. ...Read more

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4 weeks of therapy for my right hip with no improvement of pain reduction or range of motion. Mri came back normal. What is could be the problem?

4 weeks of therapy for my right hip with no improvement of pain reduction or range of motion. Mri came back normal. What is could be the problem?

Hip pain: Hip pain may be referred pain from somewhere else such as the lower back or referred from the pelvis in which case the pt which is geared toward your hip joint would more than likely not help. If you have not yet sought the help of a specialist, that should be your next step. ...Read more

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After the rehabilitation of a hip replacement, what is a normal range of motion?

After the rehabilitation of a hip replacement, what is a normal range of motion?

Variable: The potential range of motion of each implant design is based on the diameter of the head ball, the length of the head ball, the shape and thickness of the neck section, the design of the acetabular socket and bearing. The position the surgeon places the components makes a difference. Patient factors reducing range are fat thighs and stiff and tight muscles and lack of preop range of motion. ...Read more

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After rehabilitation of a hip replacement, what should a normal range of motion be?

After rehabilitation of a hip replacement, what should a normal range of motion be?

It depends: The range of motion following hip replacement depends on the patient (host factors) and the surgeon (technique). Patients with good preoperative range of motion usually have better postoperative range of motion. However, component position, and offset, and residual soft tissue tension can also affect postoperative postion. ...Read more

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What would cause a loss of range of motion in a hip? I am unable to abduct left hip. Upper leg muscles feel weak, leg feels "stuck" when i abduct.

What would cause a loss of range of motion in a hip? I am unable to abduct left hip. Upper leg muscles feel weak, leg feels "stuck" when i abduct.

Any groin pain?: Any pain or limping with weight bearing/walking? Morning stiffness? If so consider hip joint problem. Consider labrum too. If groin muscles are sore perhaps a muscle strain. Bursitis of the lateral hip or gluteus medius/minimus muscle problem perhaps but you would have soreness of the lateral hip. Nerve issue can also cause weakness - look for numbness or tingling in other parts of the leg. ...Read more

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I had a two level acdf in october and am still experiencing pain and limited range of motion in my neck. Is this normal?

I had a two level acdf in october and am still experiencing pain and limited range of motion in my neck. Is this normal?

Acdf: It is normal at this point to be still having some pain and decreased range of motion. The important thing to consider is whether or not you are continuing to improve. If you are not improving then it is possible that the fusion is not healing and you should be evaluated by your surgeon. ...Read more

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