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I've been involved in a long standing discussion on here that I started about 18 months ago - "Problems Diagnosed as Hip OA CAN be cured in some cases".
I managed to completely resolve what was claimed by many who examined me over the years as a classic case of hip OA. They were very certain of the diagnosis and claimed it couldn't be cured.
The key thing about my case is that I had a twist in my pelvis - that was the real cause of my problems. I'm doing some research for a book I'm writing and I want to test out a few theories. I'm therefore interested in hearing from others that have been diagnosed with hip OA but also have:
- One leg longer than the other (maybe this has been diagnosed, or maybe you just feel one leg is too long, the hip hitched up on one side)
- A twist in your pelvis or torso. You can test for this by lying on your back, feet on the floor, knees bent. Let your knees drop to the floor on one side. Then on the other side. Is one side tighter than the other?
If this applies to you and you wouldn't mind answering a couple of questions (just relating to your symptoms - nothing personal!) then please drop me a line. Or respond here if you don't mind doing it publicly.
Thank you so much
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