Is Your Hip Pain Actually From Your Back? How to Tell

Is Your Hip Pain Actually From Your Back? How to Tell


48 comments on “Is Your Hip Pain Actually From Your Back? How to Tell

  1. susan speidel Post author

    I have this…. also…. upper groin area pain at the same time and leg wants to give out … I did my job I normally do…. but different direction then my normal … so I know it's my back but also am wearing new shoes and it's raining and it is intensified with the rain

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  2. Carole Lucie Lortie Post author

    Ohh you guys most of been ready my mind..cause I've been waiting for this hip pain..I fell slipped straight on by back on ceramic tile floor at work..hip is not cooperating when wanting to walk longer distance..I stay stuck and need a cane to keep moving along..

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  3. About Creativity Post author

    Very good, ´´If you are positive, you´ll see opportunities instead of obstacles. – Widad Akrawi´´

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  4. xJuiCYxxJaYx Post author

    do you have any videos about osgoode schlatters? im 37 and hate my life because of this constant pain in my knee

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  5. LaVerne Woodward Post author

    My pain is where Brad's tape was located. Across the lower back, down that right butt area. That really hurts when I get up from sitting. I just took 1 ibuprofen to alleviate the pain. Since I don't take those meds I'm just testing to see if it works.

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  6. Margaret Davies Post author

    I have arthritis in the neck, between my shoulder blade area and at the base of the spine. My sacrum is tight one side and over flexible on the other side. I have shoulder nerve and muscle damage from the arthritis in my back. I have bilateral hip impingement and to top it fibromyalgia. I need that roll of tape to cover myself all over 😂. I'm so confused what to do to help myself 😟 It could be worse though 😁

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  7. Squee Dow Post author

    I can't wait till the follow-up videos. I need this info so badly. My pain is so bad that it keeps me from doing anything. My home is a mess because most days I have such a high pain level that it's hard to move around or clean, etc. I'd sure like to get back into life, so I hope this is just the info I've needed.

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  8. M. Graph Post author

    I get lower back disc bulging pain, left thigh gets tingling and numb and lately, the left foot is hard to walk on. The hip Bursa when inflamed is SO painful. Thanks guys

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  9. Michelle Worrell Post author

    I have alot of issues going on with my back and both hips.. I sd yes to all 3 of your first questions.. Ok. I'm most sure that some of the pain is coming from my lower back.. About 9 yrs ago. I was diagnosed with Bursitis in both hips.. I was told, by a dr that I could never lay on my hips.. Well, she was definitely right about that. Now, here's my question.. If the pain is coming from my lower back.. I was told I need another surgery.. I'm getting ready to go in for an MRI and an XRay of my lower spine.. Dr sd it will be an XRay where I have to move around. Dr wants to see if anything has slipped.. My question to you is, what do they do for the Bursistis?? Bcuz my hips hurt before I started having problems with my back..ty! Any answers will be greatly appreciated.

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  10. Bradley Riddle Post author

    yes I had shoulder issues as well as upper arm. In the mid-80s. I had no idea what caused it did I sprained it or twisted or what. They sent me to a physical therapist to put me on Electro whatever which tested the the nerves it turned out it was a paint in the C9 vertebrae. After about 30 days of physical therapy I was much better

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  11. rhonda moore Post author

    Sooo, I have pain in both Bob and Brad demonstrated locations! A few herniated discs, but also some nerve pain from L5-SI that travels to the inner groin. All are on the same side. Will keep watching this week. Hopeful I pick up some tips for one or both😕.

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  12. Lisa Washington Post author

    I wish I could get a complete skeleton replacement, keep growing old, just not have so many aches and pains in the second half of my life…just a thought 😊

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  13. bantumwt Post author

    I thought for a long time my hip pain was caused by my back. I have spondylolisthesis and was going to a chiropractor for a long time. Finally, after an x-ray it was discovered that I need a new hip. Am getting the direct anterior hip replacement in a couple months.

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  14. Tracy Worby Post author

    What’s wrong when the pain is between the lower part of your butt cheeks (a hand’s length below the belt line) and on the lower left cheek itself (right on the undergarment line)? I haven’t been able to sit down or stand for more then a minute at a time for 2 months now. I have numbness and tingling down the left leg to the toe. My physiotherapist and chiropractor keep saying it’s sciatic, but the exercises that they give me cause burning pain. 😵🤯😭 I’m starting to think it’s something else, but I can’t figure out what. Please give me your best guess so that I have a starting point to figuring it out.

    I originally just squatted down to stretch my back and hips out one evening and I heard a popping sound. Any weight bearing is excruciating!!

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  15. Browneyez Mzs Post author

    My hip pops after driving sometimes and my knee cap crackles loudly when I walk up & downstairs

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  16. Donald Quirk Post author

    Not sure if my hip pain is coming from by back. However I am 💯 sure the pain in my butt is coming from a combination of some of my family members and Bill collectors.

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  17. Innovative Thinker Post author

    There's several areas that mimic the same symptoms. Hip, back, SI joint, and coccyx(tailbone). So it's important to insist if you are getting x-rays or a MRI to have them include the sacrum/ coccyx. If sciatica is given as a diagnosis then you need to be persistent and ask them to locate the underlying cause. Sciatica symptoms can be from numerous items and not necessarily from a pinched nerve in the back such as spasms in the Piriformis muscle.
    It's important to get a correct diagnosis and treatment because undiagnosed medical conditions can spiral out of control and cause more serious problems such as myositis.

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  18. Pajama Mama Post author

    OK the chair test worked. It's hip pain. I thought so, but now I am certain. Thanks. Looking forward to when you figure out how to fix the broken heart

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  19. ginger e. Post author

    i still can't be certain if my pain is coming from my hip or my back, sciatica, etc. but some of your back stretches have helped … i'll keep watching and hope to reduce my pain over time. thanks so much for your vids. just wish you were in my area and i'd just come see you direct. alas you're not …

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  20. TIGER PAUSE Post author

    This is me on one side.The other side is my Sciatica going down to my feet.I use to drop down after getting out of bed.Several months ago.After strengthening.I am a lot better.In particular the Gluteus Medius.Within seconds I feel better.Im a long time back injured person by the way.

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  21. april martinez Post author

    Great and helpful video! I have been busy and you brought a laugh outta the gate today! Hey, would you consider a suggestion? Please do a video on what to do when you perform 'involuntary' splits. I pulled muscles from my Achilles to my Glutes minimus, and into the inside thigh. So, there's too much info out there. Weights or no, stretching, which kind? My gait changed! I'm weird-ed out by that. Ha ha. I will wait for the broken heart vid.

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  22. ilovegoodsax Post author

    I have intermittent hip pain and the neurosurgeon I consulted told me it was due to my bulging lumbar discs and stenosis. Explaining the condition affects the nerves from the hip area down the leg.

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  23. Equilibrium Post author

    Gentlemen. Please do a video on if you have a bulging disc and scoliosis.
    I sometimes do certain exercises and they make it worse.

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  24. lechatbotte Post author

    Bob and Brad are now HIP who nu lol. I injured my hip so I know it’s my hip. It you are right that referred pain is confusing.

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  25. Bambi Forester Post author

    Well I had pain in the butt, lower back, side of my hips, legs, knees, and my groin for years. My pain covered all the taped areas you showed. Various Physical Therapists and Chiropractors said it was my lower back; but after years of suffering, a Chiropractor finally sent me for an MRI of my hip. It came back showing a large labrum tear, so I recently had hip surgery. The surgeon also discovered what he considered a very bad bone spur. After a few months of recovery, I’m doing great!! I can’t believe the amount of pain I had from that torn hip. I know if I would have seen you two for my pain, you two would have figured it out. And, it wouldn’t have taken you years! Thanks 🙏🏻 so much for your videos. I’ve learned so much from you, and I follow your advice. I’ve told my current Chiropractor and Physical Therapist about your videos. 😉 They think they’re great too.

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  26. stevzky Post author

    What was in those mugs?

    In all seriousness. My back is a mess. Just watching this in bed made my back and hip hurt

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  27. Johannes Nilsen Post author

    some times I feel like someone is stabbing me or pulling hairs out of me or pulling my me at my thighs, Not sure why, but usually goes away, maybe back related too?
    this is usually at the mid front thigh.
    it can happen when I feel fine in my back too.
    I don't get that often, but I don't think I have gotten it anywhere else. I don't know if it matters but I am a very active mountain biker, and suffer from misalignment and pain in at whole body really, including hips, back.
    I sometimes have tight feeling hip/upper thigh, but I think that might be back related, cus I usually have messed up back for sure when it happens.

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  28. fiza hussain Post author

    hi guy , i have lower back right lag pain since 3 day and also i had kidney infection operation since 13 years ago from my left side BUT i have same pain my right side . My question is this should i have right kidney problem OR simply lower back pain ? Please explain this in your next video . I will wait . Thanks good job .

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