Our expert says:
There is a possibility that during the part of your operation on your hip, the connective tissues/muscles of the lateral thigh may have been affected resulting in soft tissue changes further down the leg giving you the symptoms you now describe.
This is by no means any sort of diagnosis.
I would recomend you consult with your nearest osteopath for another evaluation. For more information visit www.osteogoodhealth.com
Avoid high heel shoes as they create more work for the hip muscles.
Try stretching your buttock and illiotibial band.
Avoid walking with a waddle or with your feet to the sides.
Dr Guy Ashburner Osteopath
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