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    Be here before you know it
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    Get well soon, Curt!
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    GET well soon Curt and yes, summer will be here fast
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    Feeling better?
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    You da best, Curt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Be here before you know it
    Get well soon!
    Thanks, Bob.

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    Get well soon, Curt!
    Thank you, too, Sunny.

    Quote Originally Posted by CHILDOFGOD View Post
    GET well soon Curt and yes, summer will be here fast
    Aaaannnd thanks, Caroline!

    I think summer is the exact prescription I need.

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    It's odd.

    Sporadic shooting pain in my left hip.

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    Symptoms of Piriformis Syndrome

    Most commonly, patients describe acute tenderness in the buttock and sciatica-like pain down the back of the thigh, calf and foot. Typical piriformis syndrome symptoms may include:

    • A dull ache in the buttock
    • Pain down the back of the thigh, calf and foot (sciatica)
    • Pain when walking up stairs or inclines
    • Increased pain after prolonged sitting
    • Reduced range of motion of the hip joint


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    I've had X-rays taken - no issue found.

    Been to the chiropractor and it didn't offer the immediate relief I typically get from chiro.

    Guess I'll follow some of the recommendations at that URL. The symptoms align with what I'm encountering.

    (It's called getting old? My family doctor said the pain may be associated with a fall I took in the classroom. Tripped over a kid who was sprawled across the carpet at the end of the day. D'OH!)

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    Do you stretch much?? Could be your muscles and IT bands getting very tight
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Do you stretch much?? Could be your muscles and IT bands getting very tight
    They had me stretching today at the physical therapist.

    Not a fan.

    And following StrongLifts 5x5 program right now. A little bit of walking cardio (3.0 speed and 3.0 incline), too. I've only been back about a week or so.
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    Yeah for being back!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnyday View Post
    Yeah for being back!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curt James View Post
    They had me stretching today at the physical therapist.

    Not a fan.

    And following StrongLifts 5x5 program right now. A little bit of walking cardio (3.0 speed and 3.0 incline), too. I've only been back about a week or so.
    Curious why you are not a fan? Is your body pretty stiff? If so that is probably why you hate it and don't want to do it. As we age the only way to take care of our bodies is getting stress and relaxing our muscles. Keep lifting and your muscles will feel like rocks, and it makes us more prone to injury. There is a reason why flexibility and mobility work have a huge impact in our recovery and lives as we age.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    Curious why you are not a fan?
    Because I've never been a big fan of stretching. From cross country as a teenager to the current day. Not a fan.
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    So i take it your going to do the heating/icing. I do not know if you will go the injection route to get that fixed. Glutes are usually pretty rock solid for most gym trainees. Many people sit for a living in a desk and therefore doesn't help their low back, glutes, and IT Bands. With becoming loose stretching is usually the #1 option, but it just comes down wanting to do it or not. Could be the easiest solution, but its up to you and your desire to get that fixed up. I am hoping for a speedy recovery.
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    Because I've never been a big fan of stretching. From cross country as a teenager to the current day. Not a fan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
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    I'm certainly lacking in flexibility, but the pain is actually gone. I had some noticeable pain several weeks ago, but it went away. Not sure if it was from the fun run that I wasn't especially prepared for or if it was related to that fall in the classroom, but it's gone now.

    Following that first episode of jabby jabby pain, I visited my family doctor, my chiropractor, and then the physical therapist who worked on my shoulder. I'd had success with the pt. I love my chiro. And my family doc is a gem, just awesome. So I attacked the problem with all three professionals.

    The chiro adjusted my hip. The family doc sent me for x-rays. The pt gave me exercises as well as stretching movements. I have two follow-ups scheduled with the pt and his assistant.

    But by the time I initially arrived at the pt's office, he couldn't duplicate the pain. I'm feeling no pain now, but will follow the pt's recommendations (which so far haven't included heating, icing, or injections) to be proactive and prevent another flare up or incident.

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    I like to stay away from the chiro personally I don't know if constant adjustments (don't know how often you go) can really take away from us as we grow older. and I do not want to rely on them all the time when pain flares up. Seems like people overuse (not saying you) going to a chiro as an instant fix to constant pain or posture problems.

    Good for you that the pain just went away. Sometimes flare ups happen. But i know you are a teacher, and a lot of teachers sit for long periods of time which causes tight IT Bands, Piriformis (Glutes) and also calves. People would be amazed how much they can release the tension on their legs simple by stretching their calves or using a rumble roller to press out the lactic acid build up.

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