The typical answer for a lot of things is, "go see a doctor." Problem for me is, I'm not sure who to see. I've gone and seen an orthopedic physician for knee problems, etc. What in the case of the hips? Do they still work, or do I really need to go to a generic doctor in a clinic first? Or someone else? If regular medical treatments didn't have such a frustratingly long wait time (seems like you're stuck in the doc's office for at least two hours after your appointment's time before he even sees you) I wouldn't have a problem going around to all of them, but...Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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