My father is having a continuous pain in his hip for the past four months. The pain can only be ease by consuming painkillers. The pain has prevented him from walking by himself. Most of the time, he cannot sleep throughout the night because of the pain. He is a diabetic and on regular Insulin. He went to the hospital several times and had a hip x-ray. But, there is nothing wrong with his bones according to the doctors. We do not know what to do to help him killing the pain. Please help.
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