Our expert says:
Impossible to say, I'd be guessing. So while I hate to pass the buck, this is something a physio has to diagnose after examining you and understanding exactly where the pain is, when it happens, in what position it occurs. There's a range of tests for that, you need to have them in order to diagnose. Without that, everything is guesswork.
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