Want to talk to other people with PHT and get more information about this frustrating injury? Find us here:
I’m the founder of the Proximal Hamstring Tendinopathy Help and Support Group and was invited to talk about living with proximal hamstring tendinopathy for a decade by Brodie on his podcast series. I discuss the causes of my PHT, the failed treatments I’ve had, sitting and the challenges of everyday life, mental health, surgery in Finland and supplements.
With the right clinician, most people recover within two years or less without the need for surgery. Mine is an exceptional case. I hope this podcast helps you feel less alone and isolated.
The PHT support group is at www.facebook.com/proximalhamstringtendinopathy
Maryke from Sports Injury Physio talks about why we develop PHT. Maryke explains the causes and treatments, the effects of some inflammatory diseases, the menopause, relative rest and what exercises to do and why.
All information on Proximalhamstringtendinopathy.org is based on the experience of the author who suffers from PHT and is not provided by a qualified medical professional.
The information is intended to motivate readers to make their own health decisions after consulting with their health care professional. The author is not medically qualified and takes no responsibility for others decisions about their health.
The information on this website is not intended to replace a one to one relationship with a qualified health care professional and is not intended as medical advice.
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