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|Posted By : rhanipnr - 9/4/2017 4:15 PM|
|I've had two lumbar fusion surgeries a year apart, L3-5. the last in 2016. I have cervical issues but have resisted more fusions. Until recently I have walked daily but only a mile, however recently I began having right hip pain after walking which worsens as the day goes on. I can get relief If I don't walk for several days. The problem is that walking is my way keeping from stiffening and bringing on low back pain. I am 69. should I see a Neurologist or an Orthopedic Dr. Do you folks think this more joint degradation or nerve issues. Crap...getting old sure isn't for sissies.|
|Posted By : straydog - 9/4/2017 7:28 PM|
|Hello & welcome to the forum. Wow, 2 fusions in a short time. Yes, walking is a must for you. There is a real good chance you have bursitis in your hip. It can really be painful because of so much inflammation.|
I would opt for going to the ortho & have it checked out. If it's a nerve type thing then try the neuro.
Keep us posted. Take care.
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