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Iliotibial Band Syndrome

Jilly

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Mine ended up not being IT band. I have arthritis in my hip. So at PT on Thursday the therapist has informed me I'm twisted. The right hip is higher than it should be and forward of where it should be. This is going to take some time to fix.

What was interesting was as I was waiting for her to come back with a form to do "dry needling", I hear a voice in the next cubicle. Distinctive...it's one of my dragon boat crew members (she lives in the area too) getting PT for her issues. Sisters in care!
 

santacruz skier

Angel Diva
Mine ended up not being IT band. I have arthritis in my hip. So at PT on Thursday the therapist has informed me I'm twisted. The right hip is higher than it should be and forward of where it should be. This is going to take some time to fix.

What was interesting was as I was waiting for her to come back with a form to do "dry needling", I hear a voice in the next cubicle. Distinctive...it's one of my dragon boat crew members (she lives in the area too) getting PT for her issues. Sisters in care!
When I've done PT in the past, I would always bump into someone I knew. The PT said jokingly, "if you're over 40 and live in SC and athletic, you're either a patient or have been a patient."
 

Iwannaski

Angel Diva
When I've done PT in the past, I would always bump into someone I knew. The PT said jokingly, "if you're over 40 and live in SC and athletic, you're either a patient or have been a patient."
Our neighborhood PT is like this. She treats basically everyone in our neighborhood, so we all run into each other on our way in/out of treatment.

:rotf:
 

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