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RE: Sports hernia recovery without surgery
It appears that in this subset that Surf provided us 20% (2 of 10) got a diagnosis from Meyers (1) or Dr. Um (1). The rest are merely guessing and like many people may be overdramatizing their injuries.
Hmmmm....If Meyers provided data that was 20% someone would be all over him. It is comical. Meyers provides post-hoc clinical data in the 95+% range for return to sports and Surf rails him as someone who does not know about sports hernia....In fact he says NOBODY knows about it. Yet his subset who we are supposed to put credence in has not even gotten a firm diagnosis in 80% of the cases. They could just have a groin pull. Who knows, but since there are 18 variations of AP you can not even make comparisons unless it was the same diagnosis. That is like saying all knee surgeries are dangerous. Are we talking ACL....MCL....meniscus. So this talk about success stories paints a BAD picture for someone looking for the truth.
Surf has not been been fair or balanced since he arrived. He is so slanted against having surgery when the REAL DATA points away from what he says. I mean the man does not even know if he has it, yet he will pontificate to people looking for REAL INFO about it. I am not saying you have to have it to know about it. I am saying you must be educated about it if you do not have it and nothing I have seen from him is anything more than heresay. No data....no clinicals.....Merely conjecture.
Please people....read between the lines here....but first and foremost get a diagnosis.
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