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RE: Recovery path
I think you touched on an issue that many of us injured athletes or ex-athletes encounter post surgery. Our surgeons repair the AP or SH which puts our pelvic muscles in a great position to heal. However, we do not know what types of compensatory damage was caused pre-surgery.
So along this road to recovery other aches and pains may pop up.
The best thing I did was spend $70 and get a FMS - Functional Movement Screen and this told the therapist where i was not symmetrical and where I had abnormal movements patterns.
I saw that the Indianapolis Colts use this screen and substandard scores on certain movements will prevent them from suiting up. One particular movement pattern if it is deficient leaves the athlete prone for SI, low back and sports hernia injury. This test is called rotary stability test. Here are my results from that one where I was weakest. After only 3 weeks of movement excercises I can not believe how strong my legs/core/hips are getting as well as full ROM. Maybe this injury was a blessing.Rotary stability.
All others I scored well on. 3 is a perfect score for each movement pattern and a totoal of 21 is perfect for the screening. I scored a 13...>Not too good...but not too bad either. Means lots of upside.
1 RIGHT, 3 LEFT, Bad news. Asymmetrical core stabilization over activate hamstrings and lumbar spines….again, you’re a strong dude with a great CNS, showed great core stabilization overall and drastically different core’s when we split you left and right….
The reason I post this is because i am seeing many people pre and postop who have other aches/pains.
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