I don't have back pain just pain in the back of my hip and down my leg to my heel and ankle, I...
had hip replacement 10yrs ago can this be a cause.
It could be the hip but it is more likely the sciatic nerve which runs from your low back down the back of your leg to your big toe. When there is tension on your sciatic nerve it can cause pain, numbing and tingling running down the back of the leg.
Disc bulges, degeneration, etc can put tension on the sciatic nerve and it needs to be diagnosed quickly and treated effectively so it does not become a chronic problem or cause permanent nerve damage.
Google flexion-distraction tables and find a chiropractor in your area that uses this approach. It is a gentle treatment to traction the spine and get the pressure off the sciatic nerve. Good luck getting pain free....
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