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05-15-2007, 04:58 PM
Backstrom #19
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Originally Posted by HFNHL Commish View Post
It's just my opinion, but this is bad advice.

Until you get a diagnosis, if it hurts to work the muscle, don't work it. If it hurts to stretch the muscle, don't stretch it.

I've been suffering from similar symptoms for over four months now, only my problem started in the groin and worked its way into the lower abdominal region. My doctor ruled out a hernia, and since then I've seen physical therapists, a massage therapist, a chiropractor, and two orthopaedic specialists. While none of them can figure out what's wrong with me, all have agreed that it's a VERY BAD IDEA to put any undue stress on the injury.

I meant like work on it when it doesn't hurt, cause with mine it comes then goes and if you can work it when it doesn't hurt it would be good.

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