I have a question about the hip pain. So today was pretty intense, probably my worst day to date. I'm sure many of you have it worse than me, I'm still working 40 hours a week, and getting through the day, and mostly the pain will set in after a busy period of time where I've been on my feet for a period of time, say 20-30 min. After I sit for another 20-30 min, I'm usually ok for a short bit once again. That's kinda how my days at work go. So today I was off, and I'm trying to get some things done around here now that spring is here and I only have a 3 weekends left to get some chores done. I guess I overdid it today. Anyway, I seem to get the pain in the hip first, then the thigh and knee join in, and sometimes my ankle is painful as well. When I mentioned it to my Dr., he said a bad hip joint shouldn't be the cause of any ankle pain. The Dr. had asked how my back was doing when I mentioned the ankle, and I think its fine. I had a laminectomy done in 2016. I was experiencing radiated pain down both legs when I arched my back. I have nothing like that, and really have had a pretty decent time of it since that op. I was wondering if any of you here have experienced pain in your ankle at the same time? It always starts in the hip and after walking with just the hip bothering me then the other joints chime in.