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    I’ve got two (possibly related?) conditions. Just in the past year my hip flexors have been having spasms. No pain but my leg will kind of jump. Will happen sometimes when standing, but more often when laying down or sitting in a harder chair.

    I have also suffered from hot feet at night. The neurologist gave me gabapentin for that, which helps, but the ropinirole he gave me for the hip flexor problem doesn’t seem to do much (.5 grams at night).

    Just wondered if one or both of these conditions might be something a physical therapist may be able to treat? I just hate the idea of taking pills all the time.

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