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On going PSOAS tendonitis.
« on: August 26, 2017, 12:27:48 PM »
Hello I wanted to start a he thread, and get everyone's opinion. I have been dealing with PSOAS tendonitis on and off since my first scope in Jan-2011. I had hip HR with Dr. Gross April 2016.

Well every time I ramp up activities in comes back with a vengance. I have tried PT, ART, etc . My joint and range are great on the HR hip. Unfornately the PSOAS tendonitis locks up your complete hip and I am a back to square one after any excersise. Here are my 3 options I believe.

-- multiple cortisone shots in PSOAS/bursa
-- PSOAS tendonitis lengthening not keen on this as I have heard mixed results.
-- try to visit a new Surgeon group and get there option.

Going on 7 years is way too long I am at my wits end. Sorry for the rant. Any suggestion welcome.



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On going PSOAS tendonitis.
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