Re: Please read.. 1 thing after next. Need input!!
The two most common problems that cause numbness in your feet are peripheral neuropathy and an irritated or compressed spinal nerve. I can see that the labrum problem might cause pain in the vicinity of the feet, but it would not cause your feet to be numb.
When there is degeneration of the discs in the spine, even when the problems do not appear to be severe on the MRI, there can still be a lot of pain generated. That's why a MRI is just one piece of the diagnostic puzzle. It needs to be correlated with a physical exam, basic neurologic exam and a careful medical history and careful listening of your symptoms and how it is impacting your life....
Chances are good that the pain in your left hip is coming from a lower lumbar issue -- facet joint degeneration, herniated disc, etc. Something is causing a lumbar spinal nerve to be irritated or compressed. Are you familiar with a "dermatome map?" If not, look online -- you will find several and they do vary slightly, but it is a general "roadmap" of the spinal nerves and the area of the body that each innervates. It provides a doctor with a basic spot to begin hunting for problems. If you go in and tell the doctor your big toe is numb, he/she will know to begin looking at something affecting the L4 spinal nerve.
I would think that your scoliosis probably has a part to play in this story...but I couldn't say what it is. Have you been to a fellowship-trained orthopedic spine surgery who specializes in scoliosis and spinal reconstruction?