In April 2021 I was officially diagnosed with bilateral femeroacetabuar impingement (FAI) with bilateral CAM deformity.
I also have gluteal tendinopathy with associated mild trochanteric and subgluteal bursitis.
Early anterosuperior joint degeneration & chronic anterosuperior labral tear(s)
This was a huge blow to my progress after 3 difficult surgeries in 4 years for Deep Infiltration Endometriosis/Adenomyosis
You'd think life would have given me a break.. but no.. off we go again
I am slowly getting my head around what this diagnosis entails especially with the Endometriosis
I can forgive the lack of knowledge in the Endometriosis/Adenomyosis department... but seriously I have been in some kind of physical therapy & orthopedics for over 20 years (NHS & Private) & no one even considered for a moment I could have had this..
One Yoga teacher ... Peter Blackaby picked up on my pelvic imbalances back in 2012, ironically he was a trained Osteopath
Andrea Lecky - (Osteopath & natural therapies) at Weybridge Surrey gets total credit for this diagnosis, she sent me to Prime Health for 3T MRI's & then gave me Professor Schilders details
Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) syndrome is a motion-related clinical disorder of the hip involving premature contact between the acetabulum and the proximal femur and which results in particular symptoms, clinical signs and imaging findings FAI is caused by deformities in the femur, hip socket or a combination of both.
Arthroscopy Surgery 1 - Thursday September 9th
I am under Professor Schilders - http://ernestschilders.com