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I have pain in my hip joint and (somewhere in between knee and ankle portion ), I get higher pain whenever I seats on 90 degree angle (leg stretch position, it has worse when sit on the floor but not in chair) I visited ortho surgeon he said for mri of hip joint, si joint and lumber spine screening and blood test (to test uric acid). All results are ok. As per doctor there is no problem in bones and lumber spine and uric acid. He prescribed medicine and injection (muscle relax) for my pain but that medicine not work properly. Again my pain has started and doctor in not able to tell me the real problem. already visited two ortho they are not able to understand my problem. Now I am confuse to whom should I visit (ortho, spine, neuro or any other) please if you understand my problem help me.

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It can be an si joint strain. Kindly refer with the physiotherapists nearby. Apply ice pack. Do some hot water fermentation.
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These are some of the conditions that commonly cause hip pain: Arthritis. Osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are among the most common causes of hip pain or it can be because of brusitis, tendinitis or muscle or tendon strain etc. U can relieve hip pain is by holding ice to the area for about 15 minutes a few times a day. Try to rest the affected joint as much as possible until you feel better. You may also try heating the area. A warm bath or shower can help ready your muscle for stretching exercises that can lessen pain. If you have arthritis, exercising the hip joint with low-impact exercises, stretching, and resistance training can reduce pain and improve joint mobility. For example, swimming is a good non-impact exercise for arthritis. Physical therapy can also help increase your range of motion. U need to take treatment for this
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