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Sex: male
Age: 60
Occupation: manager of a stone shop
Address: Shizuoka Prefecture Japan

Idiopathic Osteonecrosis of Femoral Head (ION)
Acute pain on the right leg and difficulty walking
First Visit: spring, 2002
Hospital: A Orthopedic Clinic
Before and after the AWG treatment
Around spring, 2002, I visited A Orthopedic Clinic for the pain in the right hip joint. The diagnosis was arthritis. I bore the pain and kept working for a year with taking painkillers.
Unbearable pain developed and I visited K General Hospital. The diagnosis was avascular necrosis of the femoral head. According to the doctor, I might have difficulty in walking without emergency surgery because of bone erosion.

I was surprised at the unexpected illness, and visited another H General Hospital for final diagnosis. The diagnosis at H Hospital was the same as the previous ones.
I was so shocked that further consulted H National Medical School Hospital, and was diagnosed as "Idiopathic Osteonecrosis of Femoral Head (ION)". I had the same diagnosis from three leading hospitals at a time. I was explained that I had to have implantation under a general anesthetic to replace the eroded femur with an artificial one.
When I considered having surgery with my family, my eldest son checked the Internet and found SUWA University Hospital would be the best for the surgery. I visited the SUWA Hospital and received the same diagnosis; Idiopathic Osteonecrosis of Femoral Head (ION) with the risk of walking difficulty due to the erosion of the joint unless having implantation. When I almost decided to have the surgery, I knew that the AWG could treat without any surgery, injection and drugs. I determined to have the AWG treatment.

Since March 20,2002
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The pain gradually decreased and I finally recovered to be able to walk again.
I was very happy to choose AWG treatment rather than to have surgery.
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