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RE: Anyone ever had a "Sports Hernia" aka: "Sportsman's hernia", "Gilmore's groin", or &
Actually he wore a really nice Italian suit. And I didn't go down there to hear him spit out a bunch of complicated anatomical terminology that I don't understand. I told him where it hurts and he said he could fix it. Sometimes it's just that simple. I'm going to trust his years of experience.

Here is an email i received from one of his former patients. He is a D1 soccer player and he returned to play every game this season. That gives me more hope than any number of explanations about what a sports hernia might involve.

"He did a bi-lateral adductor release and abdominus rectus re-attachment. I had the surgery in mid May and was not playing until August. My recovery was significantly longer than most of his patients so I don't mean to scare you. But, the rehab is a long and slow process. However, if you stay positive and do everything Meyers says you should be fine. Now I feel I am back to full strength and think the surgery was completely worth it. Dr. Meyers really knows what he's doing."

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