hi. i will try very hard to keep this very short / simple.
ten months ago hit by a car crossing the street. i was very very lucky since car wasn't going slow and i flew pretty far. things looked okay for the following months....
for the past six months or longer my body has been physically changing. my hips are now rotated. my right leg is now two inches longer than the left. my right hip is severly higher than my left. my back has changed position almost like i am lurching.
the few doctors who have noticed these things have come to the conclusion of nothing. they have no clue.
went to stanford. went to physical medicine because for some reason they wouldn't except me in neurology. they didn't have any real idea either. they think that is possibly from TBI / brain damage. i am sorry i don't know the definitions well.
i have had an emg and it showed damage C8-TI and basic nerve test stuff.
what happens now that they suspect my body somehow phsycially changing is a result of TBI. any help would be wonderful. thank you very much
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