I've tried several times however. Days and days of rest fooled me more than once that I was getting better but as soon as I started to run I would get a sharp pain in my side. So much for rest.
So far I've tried:
- doctor visits (3 times)
- chiropractor visits (2 times)
- x-ray of my hip (negative)
- MRI of my entire pelvis (negative)
- In my 3rd week of PT
- rest, rest and more rest
- rotated sacrum
- tight right Quadratus Lumborum muscle
- tight right Piriformis
- tight right Gluteus Medius
- tight right Hamstring
- tight right ITB
A long story short: when I don't run I really don't feel like blogging about running. Funny how that works. In fact the only activity my blog has seen lately is me deleting yet another race from my race schedule. So until I can figure out what's going on, I probably won't spend a lot of time writing about my problems (other than this time :-)).