I have frozen hip on the right side, I was not able to lay my leg flat while knepieg my back on the table. I could feel the pulling along the top of my thigh when I attempted to make it relax, and it actually caused pain at one point- so I stopped.. I'd say it was a big ole fail on that side, on the left side it's not nearly as bad but I think it still raises a little unfortunately I'm not agile enough to try and climb up onto the kitchen table (and I'd be afraid to break it as I'm pretty heavy)Doctors have told me the frozen hip resulted from a knee injury I was told to use crutches for, and since I already had the DDD, herniated lumbar spine and sciatica, the whole shot worked together to make my hip seize up. I've had decompression surgery (failed) and I now walk with a cane at 33. My balance is shot and I apparently carry 60 pounds more on my left than on my right. I'm sure I suffer from a lot of things and wouldn't be surprised if this is one of them
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