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Renowned Sports Hernia Specialist, Dr. William Brown, Sports Hernia Repair YouTube Video Growing in Popularity
With sports hernias so often misdiagnosed and mistreated, those suffering from groin pain are turning to the web for help. In an effort to dispel myths and provide correct information, Dr. Brown published a YouTube video on sports hernia repair.
Dr. William Brown’s informative sports hernia repair YouTube video has logged well over 14,000 views. A sports hernia is a tear in the oblique abdominal muscles and is little understood in the world of professional and collegiate athletics. The goal of the video is to share useful information with those who suffer from groin pain and seek information on the surgical aspects of sport hernia repair surgery.
Sports hernias are commonly misdiagnosed and mistreated. “I would estimate that by the time a patient comes to my office, he or she has seen…
Joey Gjertsen with the San Jose Earthquake Soccer team recently suffered an injury to the adductor longus muscle that extended into the gracilis muscle. The tendons were treated and within a week he was healed and competing.
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