but the pain is constant, especially at night. I am considering manual manipulation by my doctor. Has anyone had this done and do you recommend it?
My Mother-in-Law had this problem a long time. She went to see an orthopedic doctor and he did an MRI and CT scan ,etc. They did surgery and found out she had a slap tear, and something else I can't remember. She is doing better after the surgery, but at 82, has problems when the weather changes, etc. She did go through physical thearpy, but it was a long and still enduring process. But, she does not take narcotics and over the counter meds seem to help. Good luck to you...
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