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Posted by: Kate | 2007/06/17

56 year old woman

Severe pain in buttock (left side) when lying down. Any movement from side to side causes pain. No pain when standing or bending. No transferring pain to leg.

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Hallo Kate
This can be caused by a trigger point or inflammation in the muscles of the buttock or even the joint between the hip bone and the spine. A Physiotherapist will be able to evaluate this for you and give corrective treatment.

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Posted by: kate | 2007/06/17

Thanks for your advice. Much appreciated

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