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Old 03-04-2010, 06:41 PM   #11
Steven Low
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Trochanteric buritis and glute medius problems are literally a PAIN IN THE BUTT.

Since you use these EVERY time you walk you basically don't want to be doing any exercise with your lower limbs save extremely low intensity stuff to allow them to heal.

I think Garrett had this before, and he hit up the aquatic therapy to some degree of success.

Get int there with some soft tissue massage and loosen stuff up. Also, dose up on the fish oil for anti-inflammatory effects.

Don't do anything that aggravates it.
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