Our expert says:
Difficult one, you've obviously been through a lot with all kinds of tests and exams, and I know how frustrating that can be, particularly when it doesn't help.
And unfortunately, I'm going to recommend that you see someone else. My advice is that you must get onto some kind of supervised stretching programme. Stretching by itself is not necessarily going to work, because you might not be stretching the right muscles in the right way. So while your perception si that the hip flexors are your main problem, it could well be that the source of the injury is somewhere else. Have you considered seeing a chiropractor about your back problem, and also the connections in the lower back, which could be mainly responsible for all this? That's one option. The second is to see a biokineticist again, but one who can help with stretching.
It's very difficult,if not impossible,for me to recommend anything considering how many people you've seen. My approach would be to see someone who you trust to help you and then consider giving them full reign for longer than you might have done before.
i realise that sounds a little like a sell out answer, but I think it's the best thing for you.
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