My father has been having severe pain in his right leg and hip. Being someone extremely active, he used to walk throughout the day. he walked to work and walked back home. He spent time going on walks during his breaks at work. And had a separate walk in the evening. Since three months though he can barely even go up and down the stairs. Forget going for walks he can barely fulfill his basic requirements. Doctors say they dont see anything, so he decided to go to the physiotherapist. He has his appointment this week, but theres nothing that eases the pain which makes every minute painful for him and painful for us to watch and not be able to do anything. Any suggestions as to what he can do to ease the pain?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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