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JCsportsman
RE: Boyle is against surgical treatment of sports hernia
Surf all bad examples.....Of the few I read none were diagnosed with Athletic Pubalgia with confirmed torn tendons and actually healed after a diagnosis.....all were guessing and self diagnosing .......Most probably had a common groin pull or strain....or an abdominal pull or strain..........I pulled my groin once it it felt just as bad and the same symptoms as athletic pubalgia.....couldnt walk and was very limited........Iced it for 48 hours....started heat and stretching with strengthening and was 50% in 1 week and 100% in 3 weeks....muscle tears will heal sicne they have an abundant amount of blood supply....Tendons may partially heal if not torn too badly but will never heal 100 % and will be in a forever weakened state with added scar tissue causing the tendon to be less flexabale and suseptable to future tearing and putting stress on supporting tendons...A torn Ligamnet will never heal on its own...hardly any blood supply

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