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Does being forwards, backwards and to the side cause any pain in the back or leg?
Pull your hip to the chest and rotate: is that your pain?
X-rays confirm hip arthritis?
What's your gut feel? Is this a radiating pain from your back, or a hip problem? A Femoral nerve lesion can certainly mimic a hip problem because slips of the Femoral nerve supply the groin, lat and anterior thigh, and the vulva.
Only a careful and thorough chiropractic exam could determine whether you are a chiropractic patient or not. I suggest you do your homework and start looking for a thorough and experienced local chiro.
Dr. Barrie Lewis
I had a disc lesion 4 years ago also L4 L5.