Goodluck to Me & My Iliopsoas Syndrome

by Jonathan
(Peoria, Illinois)

I just read about this iliopsoas on your site and I think this is what I have. I've been suffering for 10 years now from this hip pain and every time I've gone to the doctor they haven't found anything.

I've had an MRI, a bone scan, a spinal tap, an injection into the hip and adjustments from chiropractor. But I still have pain and it's getting worse and progressing into my lower back and buttocks.

When I walk I notice a snapping in my left hip. It's really depressing because I just don't know what to do now. If you could email me a suggestion on what to do now I would really appreciate it.

Thanks.
acemarianne@yahoo.com

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