It has been a crazy 11.5 years and I have no doubt Meyers could have fixed me all along. I will have to go to Germany if he keeps telling me he can't help. (He doesn't say why. I am afraid he worries I will sue. Hardly, I just want to move on and never see that... again.) Several years ago he wanted to put that plate in me with his ortho at U. Mass.
He saw some bone loss, my guess was that he tossed me to his ortho to experiment on me. But in Meyers' papers you can
see he has had success with osteitis pubis patients.
This time around he didn't even look at my x-rays and who knows if he even opened up my MRIs. I left them with him to think about my case for two weeks. All along I knew he was just going to ignore me.
I had surgeries all over including Belgrade where Nesovic (who invented the sports hernia) fixed a leaky vein and a huge whole in my ingunial canal..)
These are exactly what Meyers write about in his work.
The difference is that no one has released my adductors and they are still so tight.
I can now do lots of sit-ups but I still feel weak where the abdominal rectus and adductors attach to the pubic bones. Kind of a stinging sensation.
He did put me on a rehab protocol, but it was just pilates and I did that three times a week for two years.
So it was more or less worthless. AND it took 2 months to get started with Meyers office dragging their feet.
My rehab guys were so upset about how I've been treated.
It has always been obvious how unimportant I am to them
He was much nicer this time than the first time. But it only took 8 years for a second visit.
I will certainly go to Germany, but I am afraid of more incorrect surgeries.
I need to learn more about what they do over there.
I have spoken to them a few times and they keep telling me I should make an appointment. They seem confident that they can help me. When I mentioned that to Meyers he only said, we fix their mistakes. That is what I am afraid of, but he won't in my case.