Brand new poster here. Reader's Digest version.
Going on for a year. Healthy 40 yr old Male comes back from a run and starts feeling a dull throbbing pain in the right groin and the top of the hamstring/bottom of the butt.
Massage therapy, two rounds of Physical therapy treating the hamstring.
Primary can't see the problem, an Ortho late last year diagnoses SI joint dysfunction, start new round of therapy and get the joint popped in and out, now we have lower back stiffness on top of the hip/groin.
This week an MRI of lumbar and pelvis and a full series of pelvic xrays, Primary and a new Ortho, and the radiology report all come back negative...nothing looks wrong. Ortho ran reflex tests and "doesn't think" its neurological, just muscular.
I have not been training at all (why my weight, heart rate, BP are all up) so I don't think I'm reinjuring anything.
Hooked up with more stretching and a portable electrical stimulator for the muscles.
OK more of a "New Yorker" article than readers digest, what do you all think?