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Tight legs, sore hips, nerve twitches. Had back surgeries. Taking Amitriptyline, doing stretching exercises. No relief. Treatment?

hi i have had 2 back opps last 1 was in feb 2011 i had mri they say i have nerve damage and my legs are always tight and when i walk my hips get sore and my back i go for deep tissue massage for the last 8mths but it does not seem 2 help and i do back stretching exercise iam on 150mg of amitriptyline as i also have R L S and the nerves twitch all the time so what else could i do 2 try and help myself
Asked On : Thu, 5 Jul 2012
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You can try spinal pain pump. An Intrathecal Pump is a specialized device, which delivers concentrated amounts of medication(s) into spinal fluid area via a small catheter (tubing).This device delivers concentrated amounts of medication into spinal fluid area allowing the patient to decrease or eliminate the need for oral medications, better pain relief and spasticity control with fewer side effects. It delivers medication around the clock, thus eliminating or minimizing breakthrough pain and/or other symptoms.Thanks.
Answered: Sat, 29 Sep 2012
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