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07/02/2014 at 7:18 pm #74905
Kaitlin, Thanks for the link and your input.
Up stream and down, I’m just not sure how much of an issue they may be causing. High ham/glute insertion is surprisingly not uncomfortable sitting on a lacrosse ball. Hams/quads are painful despot much rolling/flossing/smashing/etc. Lower leg is much better than upper.
Frankly at this point I’m at a loss and a bit overwhelmed trying to figure out were to go/start from here.
I have little confidence in my area PT’s so I may try a Skype evaluation with Roop. I don’t doubt his ability but I’m not sure how effective an eval is via Skype…..