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Doctor insights on: What Are The Treatments For Sacroiliac Joint Hip Pain After Walking Exercises

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Dr. Darrin Cunningham
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Walking (Definition)

Your doctor may also suggest a safe exercise plan. Walking is usually the easiest type of exercise, but swimming or other low-impact exercises can work just as well. Exercise is an important way to keep blood sugar in control, and physical activity in pregnancy has been found to decrease the risk ...Read more


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Sudden hip pain two days ago. Dull, able to walk, run, etc. I'm double joint in this hip. I can usually crack it but it feels stiff. What is this?

Sudden hip pain two days ago. Dull, able to walk, run, etc. I'm double joint in this hip. I can usually crack it but it feels stiff. What is this?

Muscle Spasm: You might have pulled the muscle with strenuous Physical activity. Apply Ice. Take NSAID and rest for 2-3 days. Massage ay help too. ...Read more

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I am experiencing hip pain and swelling in my joints, what is the probable cause? Treatment?

Polymyalgia: At your age that is unusual. You may have an early form of arthritis. You need to see a rheumatologist if this persist. ...Read more

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Been experiencing grinding, popping feeling in my knees while walking and now hip pain at night. When I lose weight can my joints repair themselves?

Been experiencing grinding, popping feeling in my knees while walking and now hip pain at night. When I lose weight can my joints repair themselves?

Weight has a: Great effect on joints and even a ten pound difference can make a huge difference in the forces on a joint. Joints have the ability to repair or heal if the problem has not gone too far. But even a joint that has reached a point of no full return to a perjury status can benefit from reduced force (weight) all day and everyday. ...Read more

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Within the last week been having left side joint hip pain. Made worse by sitting/walking and sleeping. Could these b related?

Within the last week been having left side joint hip pain. Made worse by sitting/walking and sleeping. Could these b related?

Yes this could be: One of several diagnoses related to the hip such as : bursitis, tendinitis, cartilage issue such as labrum, and arthritis as the more common possibilities with a knee or back problem sometimes presenting as hip pain or even a sacroiliac issue. There are other possible causes so if the pain persists or worsens, see your physician. ...Read more

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Hx of osteoarthritis in numerous joints now hip pain radiating to groin walking a lot exacerbates how can I get relief without NSAIDs (allergic)?

Hx of osteoarthritis in numerous joints now hip pain radiating to groin walking a lot exacerbates how can I get relief without NSAIDs (allergic)?

Many options: Assuming this is from your hip joint, anti inflammation can come from curcumin (from turmeric), devils claw, or a prescription alt. Med called embrel-500. Injections to, the hip, and physical, therapy to improve gait pattern or add modalities such as diathermy, ultrasound, or red laser. ...Read more

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I get sharp hip pain sometimes when I walk. I'm 17 and my hip can pop in and out of its joint. What could it be? Is it serious? Should I be worried?

I get sharp hip pain sometimes when I walk. I'm 17 and my hip can pop in and out of its joint. What could it be? Is it serious? Should I be worried?

Hip pain: There are several situations which may cause you to have these symptoms, such as snapping hip syndrome, labral tears, femoroacetabular impingement, loose bodies, hip dysphasia. You should consult your musculoskeletal physician for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more

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Flucuating hormones. Irregular periods + acne at 42! joints crack esp hips. Severe hip pain, linked to hormones? Treatment?

See your doctor: It may be best to first start with your pcp, and discuss the concerns you have. So that you have a starting point. Then s/he can also do a hormone panel assessment to see how you're doing to ck your Progesterone and estrogen levels. The severe hip pain needs to be assessed further too. So that may be related, in that hormones have a protective effect on bone, heart, and brain. But it may also be that it is completely separate, and unrelated to your hormones. So this is why you need to speak to your doctor. ...Read more

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I have hip pain in both hips, feels like the joints, very tender, aching pain and painful to walk. No noticeable swelling/rash. Any suggestions?

Get checked: It is unusual to get pain in both hips in some one of your age if you over did it then it generally is on one side occasionally some inflammation of the joint or some other immunologic problems can cause pain in joints that are bilateral best to let your doctor to examine you and then decide which tests to order next I hopes this helps. ...Read more

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Osteoarthritis through to osteomyelitis had ten CM bone removed grown back painful knee joint can't walk on it hip pain too x?

Osteoarthritis through to osteomyelitis had ten CM bone removed grown back painful knee joint can't walk on it hip pain too x?

It is muscle tissue: So begin the healing with heat, stretching, massage, yoga, deep tissue release acupuncture and trigger point therapy … add in magnesium as a muscle relaxant plus needle therapy. Janet g. Travell, md and c. Chan gunn, md. These 2 pioneers in pain treatments have textbooks on the subject. Their protocols can treat and possibly resolve complex pain issues. ...Read more

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M59, Pain in hip joint while moving the joint. I can not stand up from sitting position without support. But once stand up I can walk. What could be??

M59, Pain in hip joint while moving the joint. I can not stand up from sitting position without support. But once stand up I can walk. What could be??

Hip osteoarthritis: Hip osteoarthritis or femoral acetabular impingement both could explain the symptoms. Plain xrays of the hip would be the most valuable for evaluation. ...Read more

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What are the treatments for sacroiliac joint dysfunction?

What are the treatments for sacroiliac joint dysfunction?

Stabilizing treatmen: Dr. Visotsky is incorrect. Sacroiliac joint (sij) dysfunction is an aseptic and non-inflammatory process. Medical literature reports this disorder is not able to be detected by blood studies, imaging studies, or even nuclear scans. Up to 30% of peope with chronic low back pain experience pain generation from the sij. Treatment includes yoga, sij belts, pain control &, in resistant cases, fusion. ...Read more

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What are some treatments for sacroiliac joint dysfunction?

What are some treatments for sacroiliac joint dysfunction?

Cold, PT, NSAIDS: There are many treatments, starting eith cold compresses, and nsaids (like ibuprofen); there are also topical nsaids (like voltaren (diclofenac) gel.) physical therapy sometimes helps, and in severe cases, an ultrasound guided injection into the area is done. ...Read more

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I have major issues with my left hip and sacroiliac joint problems. What kind of specialist should I see?

I have major issues with my left hip and sacroiliac joint problems. What kind of specialist should I see?

Several type: Sports medicine would be a good choice. Some orthopedists, particularly those with a speciality in hip or spine. ...Read more

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I suffer badly from sacroiliac joint pain. I can't manage walking for more than a few steps. The problem has become progressively worse over 11 years. I've already tried a belt and physiotherapy

I suffer badly from sacroiliac joint pain. I can't manage walking for more than a few steps. The problem has become progressively worse over 11 years. I've already tried a belt and physiotherapy

Could be an illness.: Lower back pain is one of the most frequent problems that all of us may experience at some time. The sacroiliac pain may however reflect a systemic illness like arthritis or autoimmune disease. It sounds like local treatments have not been successful thus far. I believe you will need an x-ray, if not already done and suggest a visit with a rheumatologist, to help obtain more targeted care. ...Read more

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Am 45. Sharp back pain develops in right sacroiliac joint and around, after long walk (10km). Reason? Solution?

Am 45. Sharp back pain develops in right sacroiliac joint and around, after long walk (10km). Reason? Solution?

Concern: Would definitely recommend visit to rheumatologist. Need to tease out a good history and physical exam. Concern I have would be ankylosing spondylitis, which is an inflammatory arthritis that can affect the sacroiliac joint. ...Read more

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I just got diagnosed with sacroiliac joint dysfunction and a hip fracture. What can I do?

I just got diagnosed with sacroiliac joint dysfunction and a hip fracture. What can I do?

Treat the fracture: First then see if they inject you sacroiliac at the time when you under anesthesia with fluoroscopy, this way could be helpful to both problems. ...Read more

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Do tens machines work for sacroiliac joint fracture and nerve pain? Non displaced fractured 13 months ago still not healed burning in hip and legs

Do tens machines work for sacroiliac joint fracture and nerve pain? Non displaced fractured 13 months ago still not healed burning in hip and legs

Maybe: I am not as enthusiastic about the value of tens as some doctors. Medicare has also been equally unimpressed and no longer covers this modality for most pain issues. ...Read more

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Can physical therapy help with sacroiliac joint dysfunction?

Can physical therapy help with sacroiliac joint dysfunction?

Yes: The pt will use various heat modalities and start a program of "pelvic stabilization exercizes". ...Read more

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My right hip pops in my lower back when I do sit ups & causes calf cramps & inner hip pain after walking why? & is this some type of hip displacement?

My right hip pops in my lower back when I do sit ups & causes calf cramps & inner hip pain after walking why? & is this some type of hip displacement?

Snapping Hip: This could be snapping hip syndrome usually caused by a tendon around your hip that moves as you flex or bend your hip causing to snap/pop as it goes around your hip bone. Physical therapy to stretch these muscles may help. ...Read more

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I have hip pain, typically in the morning.  what is the best manner to start investigation/treatment?

Doctor can evaluate: The type and location of pain is helpful to a doctor evaluating a person's hip pain. Increased pain with or after movement (especially weight-bearing activity), and improvement after rest, suggests a structural joint problem such as osteoarthritis. By comparison, constant hip pain, especially pain at night, suggests infection, inflammation, or cancer. Orthopedic and rheumatologic doctors can help. ...Read more

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What treatments can be done for chronic back/hip pain from severe stenosis of the spine?

What treatments can be done for chronic back/hip pain from severe stenosis of the spine?

Number of treatments: You can try multiple things. First, speak to a person with spine experience to make sure the cord or nerves are not threatened (depending on what levels are stenosed). As long as there is no threat of progression, start with physical therapy and core strengthening (under physician supervision). Then, whatever helps you, helps. From acupuncture to epidural steroid injections, many things can help. ...Read more

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What type of physician should I see for hip pain and joint aches?

What type of physician should I see for hip pain and joint aches?

Musculoskeletal M.D: Any physician that is trained in musculoskeletal medicine. This can include an orthopedist or a physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist or a rheumatologist. Specifiaclly one that is trained in musculosksletal medicine and if possible fellowship trained. ...Read more

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Why won't my doctors test me for a joint infection with my hip pain?

Why won't my doctors test me for a joint infection with my hip pain?

Rare: Infection in a non-replaced joint is extremely rare in adults. It is not indicated. ...Read more

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Which type of physician should I see for hip pain and joint discomfort?

Orthopedic surgeon: I assume you have already seen your pcp. If not start there, otherwise an orthopedic surgeon. ...Read more

Dr. Stratos Christianakis
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Joints (Definition)

Joints are parts of the body, formed by the cartilage-covered ends of bones plus the strong, flexible ligaments that attach the bones to one another. Movements at the joints in the body allow the different parts of the body to move in ...Read more


Dr. Jimmy Bowen
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Hip Pain (Definition)

Depending upon who is using the term, hip pain may be limited to pain coming from the hip joint itself, or it can describe pain from a number of different causes in the ...Read more