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Old 11-19-2010, 05:54 PM   #8
Troy Kerr
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Turns out after review by a Physical Therapist and several sports med. doctors that my pevlis was rotated anteriorly and the possible cause is a SUPER tight psoas. The reasons why its the right side and how it got so tight we are still trying to figure out.
My therapy right now is to stretch out my psoas for the next 2 weeks( my follow up with the PT). And work on normal walking on my right leg. I had developed a limp out of instinct, if I walked normal all day the pain would be unbearable.
So far, the one movement that REALLY seems to irritate my condition is the front lever. I can not maintain a hollow position in a flat tuck, straddle, or single leg, as well as single leg work. The PT did no rule out that it might be a possible labrum.
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