Well, if you went to Muschaweck, all I can say is - "good luck with that."
I went to her, and chronic groin pain came back after 5 months and in the end, she did NOTHING for me. She abandoned me as a patient and dropped me like a hot potato. (I probably should give a 2 year update on my fiasco operation with her)
Just so you know, and anyone else who comes across this, Muschaweck had a medical malpractice lawsuit filed against her back in Jan. 2011. (Go ahead and google it, you'll find it) If that doesn't serve as a warning to go elsewhere for this type of surgery, I don't know what will.
She may be the latest trend, but I will tell you, she has also abandoned pro-athletes that didn't do well with her procedure. They ended up getting a second surgery by US surgeons. Again, if you want to take the chance of not having the operation turn out well and then having her pretend you never existed, go right ahead.
In my opinion, it's all about chasing the money. How many patients can I convince to get my surgery and how many can I line up outside of the OR to get through in a day. It's sad, actually.
All my hopes and prayers for those dealing with a SH, especially those who have been abandoned with chronic groin pain after an unsuccessful surgery.