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Glute/hip pain as tms?

Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by keyboardplaya, Oct 12, 2020.

  1. keyboardplaya

    keyboardplaya New Member

    Hello community,

    I have been doing a ton of walking lately and in general am a very fit/strong guy. I have dealt with TMS for a few years. Last Friday I walked about 8 miles straight (4-5 hours worth), as I have been doing a dog-walking job (my career was taken out during the pandemic). I felt very sore/tired at the end of it all but don't have any memory of getting 'hurt'. The next day (Saturday) I went out for a much shorter walk with some dogs and started having pain in my right glute/hip when going up a hill. That same morning I had had an extremely stressful conversation/argument with my girlfriend. The pain in my hip/glute is still here and I am supposed to get back to work tomorrow. The timing of the onset seems like TMS to me, as it related to my relationship troubles. But I did also do a large amount of walking at once. Normally I do 4-5 miles per day with breaks. I remember before I had TMS a few years back I did a 20 mile walk one day and didn't have any pain and the other day I did less than half of that and am still struggling. I would love to hear anyone's thoughts.
     
  2. TG957

    TG957 Beloved Grand Eagle

    With everything going on in your life, what you seem to have is TMS. In addition to the problems with your girlfriend, there could be some resentment due to the loss of your career. I cannot imagine how walking 8 miles in the street could be harmful for a healthy and fit person. Remember, the proverbial 10,000 steps a day we need to do in order to stay fit equate to about 4.5 miles. If anything, I would not be suprised if walking every day actually helps to keep your pain at bay.
     
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  3. criro26

    criro26 Newcomer

    Absolutely agree. Try to go more, try to do sports! Success!
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  4. criro26

    criro26 Newcomer

    Hello, my friend! TMS therapy involves the use of MRI-strength magnetic pulses to stimulate neurons in the brain. The therapy is non-invasive, has no side effects, and does not require any electrical shocks or anesthesia. A typical TMS therapy session lasts about 20 minutes, and patients can resume their everyday activities immediately following each therapy session. the fact that you do sports, the run is very benevolent for you. Bravo! But in the future, it would be good to consult a specialist who will advise you what to do next!
    Health and good luck!
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    kratom mate
     
  5. ericmonroe

    ericmonroe Newcomer

    My doc recommends to use a handheld massager.
     
  6. ericmonroe

    ericmonroe Newcomer

    Looking for space likes this.

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