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Total hip replacement: pain 15 months post-op
My original surgeon wants to do a revision, another doctor thought I might have psoas tendinitis/anthroscopy. My therapist says not true due to the manipulating she can do…
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where is your pain located? I had a THA earlier this year and developed psoas tendinitis that caused a VERY sharp pain in my groin area – I had the psoas lengthened via scope and it eliminated the pain – If your therapist is doing passive ROM, it's is very likely that it can be – my PT could do ROM – but if I did active ROM, it was close to impossible. Have you had a psoas bursa diagnostic injection?
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