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Right hip, Thais, leg pai
For lats one month i get Thai, hip, leg pain ( only the right hip & leg). sometimes it goes away automatically, pain moves from hip to lower leg. need to understand what went wrong. any yoga or physio treatment?
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Dr. D Giridhar Balaji (PT)
Physiotherapist 6 yrs exp Hyderabad

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Definitely needs through assessment of your condition pain is On off is bit doubtful and may mask some severe issue underneath but as with your presentation looks to be quite a local issue plz visit some physio at least to get some preliminary guidance to your condition and further reffreral!
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Dr. Rajesh Pal (PT)
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It could be because of Sacroiliac joint sprain / inflammation. You should do ice pack for 12 minutes 3-4 times a day, and avoid cross leg sitting, Stairs and prolong standing. See if your problem improved. If not then meet a good physiotherapist nearby.
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Dr. P. Saradha (PT)
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It may be due to some nerve getting pinched at your back. If it is back of thigh that may be sciatic nerve.. You can consult a physio for diagnosis  and depending upon problem if needed get back releases and strengthening exercises.
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Dr. Anisha Mahale
Orthopedic Physiotherapist 3 yrs exp Pune
Hii, The pain could be because of nerve getting compressed in your lower back region ( lumber region mostly around l4-5 levels) Try getting an x-ray for the same. It will give a clear picture of the exact location of the nerve pinch. Also the pain could be because of slight development of scoliosis due to the change in your walking pattern because of pain. You need to get that also corrected. There is otherwise not any major problem. It can be removed with postural correction exercises and proper ergonomic posture.
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Dr. Uday Bapusaheb Pote
Orthopedic Surgeon 6 yrs exp Pune
I am sorry to hear your problem, it seems there may be some irritation to your nerves due to which the pain travels along the length of the nerve. To find how much, where and cause, you need to get some radiologic investigations done. Meet the nearest Orthopedic or spine surgeon.
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