Diagnosing Leg Pain Lumbar Spinal Stenosis vs Hip Osteoarthritis. John M. Lavelle, DO Spine Physiatrist A ddison Pain Management 16633 Dallas Parkway, Suite 150 Addison, Tx 75001. Case. 68 y/o gentleman with severe left buttuck pain.
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John M. Lavelle, DO
Addison Pain Management
16633 Dallas Parkway, Suite 150
Addison, Tx 75001
worsened with walking is a common
complaint in older adults.
back surgery for the continued
complaint of leg pain - the etiology
which was hip pathology. (VAN ZYL ,2010)
extremities and other ADL’s.
equina or lumbar nerve roots. (Arnoldi, 1976)
combination of age-related degeneration
and distortion of:(Anderson 1997, Herkowitz 1995)
Americans will be 65 or older.
and the development of
leg pain from spinal stenosis
either compression or irritation
through inflammation of the
dermatomaldistribution of the
affected nerve root down the leg.
confirmed that accuracy of spinal injections
for discerning symptoms caused by LSS from
symptoms caused by hip OA.