Donald Corenman, MD, DC
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Anterior thigh pain has a number of different disorders associated with it. The L2, L3 and occasionally the L4 nerve will radiate there. The hip joint can refer pain here and there is a sensory nerve that occasionally can be painful (lateral femoral cutaneous nerve).

Standing pain that is relieved by sitting clues into stenosis pain caused by foraminal stenosis, lateral recess stenosis or central stenosis (see website).

Depending upon your disorder, many of those noted therapies can help.

Dr. Corenman