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tiff
RE: Boyle is for non-hypochondriacs
One more thing:
A big concern I am reading from people who are contemplating surgery is - how do I know it will not happen again?

I think Albert is so right that we don't even realize what is going on in our bodies until something like this makes us stop and re-assess. For me - I was born w/ my legs completely rotated inward nad walking on the insides of my feet. The drs said I would never be able to run or even walk right. I was in full casts from hip to toe for a year to try to correct it. Then I became a Ballet dancer in which we force our hips to turn out constantly. AP has everything to do w/ the hips nad the pelvis being destabilized. I think this was waiting to happnen to me for a long time b/c I was not taking care of my body properly. I was not strengthening the muscles to counteract what I was using all day every day dancing.

I am going to do the FMS screening next week and will hopefuly have the same luck as Albert and some of the others w/ finding where my weaknesses and imbalances are and will be able prevent any further injuries by equally strengthening and stretching my body.

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