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Progressing pain, limping, tensed gluteus, pain on knee. Advised PT. Thoughts?

I have pain that is progressing & i am now limping. It seems that it might be prirformis syndrome. I have no back pain. The back of my right but (gluetus maximus) feels tenses. Like the muscle is clenched in a fist. It has been this way for months now. I have pain down my right leg, not one consistent track. When i walk i get sharp pain in my knee area & i feel like the leg will give out. I thought it was between the back, the hip & or the knee. It could be 2 of the three. I do not have any pain in my groim which i am told is the classic hip pain. I saw a pm&r doc who did ct scan & x-rays & thought it was my back & had me do PT which was expensive and a total waste of time as it was just a repeat of my yoga class at 10x the cost. Do you have any thoughts on this?
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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hallo my friend
i have studied your complete history
IS your pain aggrivated on rest or exertion ?
night time pain aggrivates
if there is no relif then you should go for MRI hip
you need clinical evaluation
meanwhile take neurotropics like pregabalin with methylcobalamine
physiotherapy will definately help
for further query u can contact me on
Answered: Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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