Whats up all. I had surgery on the 4th with meyers. Today is day 17 for me. I had bi-lateral rectus tears with deattachment on right side. No adductors release. I had a consult with both UM and meyers, they both found the same tears using their own methods (CT Scan & MRI). I decided to go with meyers. I have (2) 4inch incisions on both sides, doesn't bother me one bit.
Hospital was perfect, surgery at 9:30am and discharge by 3pm. I have no issues with discomfort, my si dysfunction feels like its completely gone, low back pain much better, although it does act up sometimes since i sit at work all day. Now, i'm not 100%, i still have to strength my core and work on weak muscle that were compromised from the imbalance, but I can feel the difference. Scar tissue is the huge problem after the surgery. As most have said on here, the doctor will fix you up, however your efforts with post-op rehab is whats really important. my rehab begins at week 4. I was able to walk a mile everyday since day 1. I massage my adductors twice a day to help break-up immature scar tissue that is building on my adductors. Scar tissue matures by week 10 so after that it will be more difficult to break up and can remain permanent which is when people begin to complain about discomfort or think the surgery was not successful.
All i can say is, I was diagnosed, did researched, did PT, and just follow the path which lead to surgery, its not rocket science, if you have this see a professional.