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Severe Hip Pain After Car Accident.

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Don't get it. The driver must have been negligent, if he/she wasn't then the accident wouldn't have happened. You have suffered injury as the result of his/her actions. Any costs you incur as a direct result of the other party's negligence are recoverable from him/her.

Anyway as the others have said glad you haven't suffered from more serious injuries.

Because its all up in the air at the moment, I wont divulge...but it is a very serious thing that nobody i have spoken too has even the foggiest clue about it...me included.

It just seems so wrong.

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Because its all up in the air at the moment, I wont divulge...but it is a very serious thing that nobody i have spoken too has even the foggiest clue about it...me included.

It just seems so wrong.

Don't tell me the old bat has diplomatic immunity?

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Well Bloo, I hope it all works out for you, and I owe you a seriously big thank you for your OP.

I've suffered from tight hips and tight muscles for a couple of years, and have been doing monthly trips to the chiro to get my back / pelvis realigned and the tightness alleviated. After watching the videos you linked to, I remembered something an old chiro used to do which the current one doesn't - releasing tension on my piriformis muscles (in your **** cheeks). So I took to them this evening with a tennis ball - hurt like hell but my God it feels better now. I guess you'll know from your OP what I mean when I say the feeling of release is incredible. So a real heart felt thank you - cheers.

Also thanks to ccc - I used to use a piece of pipe lagging to ease off my ITBs but I've splashed out on the roller and the ball now. Quite honestly, there's no amount I wouldn't pay to feel like this more often.

No probs.

I am no doubt stating the obvious here and you have probably heard it before - but you should prob take up yoga.

6 - 12 months in a class to learn the basics - then do it in your own time when required. Really helps loosen things up a lot.

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Don't tell me the old bat has diplomatic immunity?

I cant see that phrase without thinking of the Lethal Weapon film where the South Africans say that in such a malicious way.

Not Diplomatic Immunity. I think that covers offences, not this circumstance.

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No probs.

I am no doubt stating the obvious here and you have probably heard it before - but you should prob take up yoga.

6 - 12 months in a class to learn the basics - then do it in your own time when required. Really helps loosen things up a lot.

My hams frozeup again halfway through the night...Mrs Loo extra violent on them this morning before she was off to work.....

We have a the International Tai Chi centre half a mile away...is that any good in your opinion...they do a recovery course too. Not sure about the self defence benefits of Tai Chi though.

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My hams frozeup again halfway through the night...Mrs Loo extra violent on them this morning before she was off to work.....

We have a the International Tai Chi centre half a mile away...is that any good in your opinion...they do a recovery course too. Not sure about the self defence benefits of Tai Chi though.

Give it a year and you'll be dispatching cartwheeling Nissan Micras with your bare hands.

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My hams frozeup again halfway through the night...Mrs Loo extra violent on them this morning before she was off to work.....

We have a the International Tai Chi centre half a mile away...is that any good in your opinion...they do a recovery course too. Not sure about the self defence benefits of Tai Chi though.

No idea about that - no yoga near you ? Its everywhere these days.

This is a very easy and effective hamstring stretch for you that you can do anywhere.

Just try and keep your pelvis plush on the ground - and keep your feet soles facing up as if you are keeping a book balanced on them.

Stretch

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I cant see that phrase without thinking of the Lethal Weapon film where the South Africans say that in such a malicious way.

Not Diplomatic Immunity. I think that covers offences, not this circumstance.

Haha, yeah I always get that voice in my head when I hear it too...

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No idea about that - no yoga near you ? Its everywhere these days.

This is a very easy and effective hamstring stretch for you that you can do anywhere.

Just try and keep your pelvis plush on the ground - and keep your feet soles facing up as if you are keeping a book balanced on them.

Stretch

much obliged.

Ill give it a go...the problem is the pain in the hips before I do the stretch..still, i can put my renter scum legs up the landlords wall.

the roller releases some tension and the pain recedes....but the hams are in such a poor state, probably been like this for 6 weeks, that they like to go back tense in a couple of hours.

Driving back from the physio was deffo easier as she worked the hams pretty good...stuck some needles in my spine on the injured side as a trial before going at it in earnest next monday.

progress.

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