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I doubt that it will: as long as you were accepted into the service , this would have been present from when you went in. it is not something that gets worse over time. after you no longer are growing, there is no change. ...Read more
See your peds Doc: Femoral head retroversion or scfe is diagnosed when a child presents with decrease range of motion, and often are not able to complete hip flexion or fully rotate the hip inward. Common is to the knee (referred pain from the hip). Dx requires xrays of the pelvis. Consultation with an orthopaedic surgeon is needed to repair. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Less likely: With retroversion of the upper aspect of the femur the piriformis is relaxed during routine ambulation and therefore there is less chance for irritation that would result in symptoms consistent with piriformis syndrome. ...Read more
What is the percentage of unilateral femoral head retroversion in the population? Why did it take so long to be diagnosed and only b/c of injury too?
Life isn't that way: Often, real life is not exact like numbers are. It might not be known how many people have femoral retroversion, especially in various groups of people (male, female, children, adults, narrow-pelvis, wide-pelvis, short/tall people, different racial groups, etc..). Each person has her own femur shape, so angle measurements go from the retroversion range to the normal range to the anteversion range. ...Read more
Physical therapist internally rotated right hip w/o realizing I have retroversion of the left hip and now i'm facing 45 degrees sideways all the time?
See your physician: See your physician for a complete history and physical examination for a diagnosis and treatment plan. ...Read more
Would you expect someone with unilateral hip dysplasia to have femoral retroversion on the opposite side for stability?
Scoli dr said i have mld scoliosis, Femoral retroversion, external tibial torsion, & leg length discrep. Play soccer but hard to run. What kind of dr?
Pediatric Orthopedic: If you have xrays and MRI's, I can see you in Lake Worth to better assess your needs. Or you can do a virtual consult with me. I am a minimally invasive spine surgeon, but happy to give you my opinion on all your orthopedic maladies. ...Read more
Pelvic tilt: A standing postural xray defines if it is enough to be important. Some are fixed, some are temporary or secondary to something else. See a manipulating osteopath or chiropractor to define what kind and consider a shoe lift or pelvic lift if it is fixed. ...Read more
Follow up: Pelvic lipomatosis is characterized by overgrowth of fat cells in the pelvis surrounding the bladder & rectum. Cause isn't known but it has been linked to obesity.Due to compression of pelvic organs patients may experience urinary symptoms, constipation, ribbon like stools & lower extremity edema.A conservative approach, symptomatic treatment & follow-up, is indicated in cases with minor symptoms. ...Read more
C a gynecologist: Whether female or male, the question is too general to even guess. I'll take the rest of 400 characters to mention 2 key principles of medicine. For the knowledgable experienced doc, the DX or next specific step is in the doc's questions & and patient's answers. Second, pain is subjective for that one pt, it is otherwise unmeasurable, except within the docs mind that is listening and seeing pt. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer