Thanks for the responses guys.
Why I mentioned the seat position is I read that having it too far back can cause more pressure in front of hip aggravating a hip impingement. Assuming that's the "specialist" doc at the sports injury clinic meant about "narrowing" on the mri.
Its strange because I rode pain free from 350 to 240 lbs, and now I have the prob.
Thats why my first doc said it was probably overuse bursitis, but no amount of rest (months) ice anti-inflammatories help. Stretching just aggravates it.
I was starting to think along the lines of what baronvc said about strength, core, flexibility. But I reason that if something is out of whack enough to cause this imbalance, then a general all-over approach is probably not going to address it, and in fact if not done properly may make it worse.
I wish someone could tell me "this is why it hurts...this hits this..." and then "that's because this is tight, or this is weak, and this is what you do about it"
Would a physical thereapist be able to actually determine what the issue is, or do they normally just treat the issue based on a doctor's diagnosis??
I hate my body telling me I can't do something.
| Pounds lost: 36.0