I was diagnosed with piriformis syndrome in 10/04 after 8 months of pain. I have had botox injections, SI injections, physical therapy and was told because of chronic health problems - fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, essential tremor that I was not a candidate for surgery. I sat and did medical transcription for 13 years, which the doctor believes caused the problem. What are my options - the pain is terrible. I take tramadol and sometimes Tylenol and ibuprofen. I am 55 years old and weigh 145 pounds and am 5'5". I have very tight muscles. I also take Lyrica as a muscle relaxer.
They are doing a survey of treatment results. The purpose of the survey is to gather patient's experiences with various treatments (medical & alternative) and the long term outcomes of the treatments. Please help them find the best & worst treatments for Piriformis Syndrome (PS), as rated by patients themselves! Results will be posted at their
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