treating people with piriformis syndrome:  a common thread

THE COMMON THREAD
IN OUR PIRIFORMIS SYNDROME PATIENTS

I have said several times that not all PIRIFORMIS SYNDROME cases are alike (HERE).  In fact, there are many different reasons that people get Piriformis Syndrome — not all of them having to do with Scar Tissue, FASCIAL ADHESION, and / or TENDINOSIS.   There does, however, seem to be a common thread among the patients that I treat.  If you have watched many of our PIRIFORMIS SYNDROME VIDEO TESTIMONIALS (or HERE), you may realize what it is.  It seems that most of the people we see with Piriformis Syndrome have been struggling with it for years.  In fact, it is not really uncommon to see people who have had it for decades.  And despite everything they have done (the stories are all quite similar — tests, MRI’s, NCV’s, pain meds, muscle relaxers, injections, more tests, pain management, more meds, etc, etc, etc —- it’s a regular MEDICAL MERRY-GO-ROUND), they are not only not getting better, they are getting worse.

Here is a video of Pat.  She fell not quite 15 years ago, starting a progressively worsening case of Piriformis Syndrome.  This video was shot directly after her second visit to my office.  Thanks for the video Pat!

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