One of the reasons why walking has become very painful is because your psoas muscle has greatly affected your hip and pelvic alignment. The injury that you sustained from spinal fusion can also be a contributing factor to your pain. Before engaging into any exercise program, it is best that your diagnosed myelopathy be addressed first. Myelopathy is a serious condition as it can cause permanent spinal cord injury and if untreated can lead to significant and permanent nerve damage including paralysis. For now, it is best to consult a Spine Specialist and have your myelopathy assessed again to know the best management that you can have. Though, the hip flexors program is the best program for your locked psoas, however, we will not recommend it for now as we have yet to find out from your doctor if these exercises are safe for you to follow.
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- What do you suggest for High Hamstring Tendinitis?
- Any suggestions for tendinitis in gluteus medius and ITB?
- Any suggestions for Severe Hip Bursitis?
- What exercises do you suggest for tight hip flexors?
- Any suggestions for Femoroacetabular impingement and labral tear?
- What exercises can be done for my hip flexors since I’m wheelchair bound?
- Could a tight hip flexors be related to a foot drop?
- I have pain in my left thigh and it radiates pain in the left knee. Is this connected somewhere?
- How do you loosen the fascia in your thigh?
- What can you suggest to help with severely limited hip range of motion?