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Inward turning of foot, done back surgery, pinched nerve at back, couldn't walk long. Recommendations?

My left foot has started turning inward when I walk. I am having pain from my left hip down into my left knee when I walk or when I move that leg while I am sitting. I had back surgery a year ago and the pain hasn't gone away and it's getting worse. I thought it was due to a pinched nerve in my back, but now I'm not sure. I can hardly walk and am using a walker most of the time. What could be causing this?
Asked On : Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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The spinal cord pathology (Nerve) can not be neglected, MRI Imaging of dorsal spine required, you should consult to neurophysician and discus it, you already had history of surgery, detail is not given here, have nice day.
Answered: Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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