Four years and 4 surgeries later, I was told today by super-duper pain clinic at respected Teaching hosptial that my increasing levels of pain are likely to to Piriformis syndrome: a compression of the sciatic nerve by the piriformis muscle, causing pain (much of it!) shooting down the leg, etc. The solution: good physical therapy perhaps initially with local shots to stop the pain so I can tolerate the therapy; does any of you have this and if so, what helped and what did not?
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