I fractured my femur on 7/13/10 which resulted in a rod being placed in my leg through my hip. I have had extensive therapy since the injury and everything seems to be progressing except for the pain in my hip. The pain is most prominant when I "release" pressure after doing a 10second wall squat or repetative squats for instance. Furthermore, I cannot run due to the pain in my hip. I cannot seem to get any answers and was wondering if anyone could help me out. I can walk fine, go up stairs etc but have problems doing the excercises listed above. Is it just an issue of time or is there a problem with the rod insertion? Any advice/answers would be greatly appreciated.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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