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I have pinched nerves in hips could it cause knee pain?

Yes and no. Anatomically there are no nerves in the hips that would cause pain in the knee. Most people will call pain in the buttock area their hip. This pain can be generated from nerve irritation in the lower back. Pain can also travel down the outside of the leg from a condition called ITB syndrome. Trigger points can also refer pain. Discuss with your Doc. Read more...

I have a cyst on my left wrist, left shoulder pain, left hip pain like a pinched sciatic, left knee pain, and left ankle pain. Coincidence? Left side?

Not all related. Hip snd lower psins can sll be related to a pinchedl5nerve root but theupper extremity stiff unrelated to lower stuff the srist cyst can cause shoulder psin through regonal paindisorder. Read more...
Left Side Pain. Have you had your back checked? All this sounds like it may stem from the nerves from the spine. I would see an orthopod spine specialists or neurologist. Read more...

I have been told I have anterior knee pain, but the pain is in my hips and ankles too and I'm flatfooted. Is there anything else this pain could be?

Could be alignment. Alignment in the legs begins from the ground up - runners who are flat footed are at higher risk for plantar fasciitis, anterior knee pain (such as patellofemoral pain & patellar tendinitis), and even hip pain due to the way their feet align at rest and while in motion. Try some over the counter arch supports - such as super feet or smart sole brands. avoid gel at the arch. . Read more...

What could stabbing pain in the hip and knee pain indicate?

More details needed. When is the pain present, what does it feel like, are there two separate pains or is it a continuous line of pain from your hip to knee. What was the mechanism of injury? Does it hurt when you press on the area. Some diagnoses include intrinsic hip and knee arthritis/ligament/tendon injuries, bursitis, radiculopathy, soft tissue strain, etc. Basically u need to be examined by a physician. Read more...

20 yrs old I was told I had a weak hip could that b causing my knee pain?

Yes. Knee pain can be caused by a hip problem. It's called referred pain. Read more...
Possibly. Nerves send pain signals from your legs to your brain via your spine. It is possibly that a weak hip could cause referred pain in the knee, but it is not highly likely. Nerve root pinching in the spine can also cause this. Read more...

Hi Could you please tell me what is the possible diagnosis of child with limp, knee pain, elevated rotation of the hip with reduced flexion&extension?

Difficult to say for. sure without an exam. It could be toxic synovitis which is caused by a virus, but also could be a bacterial infection or other serious issue. So, please see your doctor/have the child seen by a doctor, either the primary care doctor, or an orthopedist or the emergency room. Read more...