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RE: Anyone ever had a "Sports Hernia" aka: "Sportsman's hernia", "Gilmore's groin
that is debatable, but from my point of view-
muschaweck sees people from all over the world and those operations are her specialty. she apparently is the most minimally invasive. she is cheaper (well, at least for me). i recommend her due to all those stats, but you might have insurance for meyers, etc...
i have read that meyers is also top notch, just as you have. all i know is all i read. i did trade a few emails with him and he seemed very nice, genuine, and offered to see me after an mri.
with such a long duration, like i had, also with the hip issues, and sij problems, you should start tending to those imbalances while you do your search. the operation is more than likely absolutely necessary to fix your overall condition.
i went a long time as well and developed all kins of muscle imbalances via compensations while my core was so damaged. chances are these compensations happened from previous knee injuries on one side, the same side that has hip issues. my sij on the same side is locked/fixed.
so far my best relief has been acheieved via manual therapy after the surgeries, i wish i had begun that before the surgeries to get a head start.
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