Posted: 02/09/2016 at 20:45
Looking back at your original thread, I am surprised that you were still racing in March. If you had those symptoms in January, and continued for another 8 weeks, you have done a lot of further damage
I considered the surgery, and after talking to the doctor I rejected the idea. He was of the opinion that if I could not walk or function day to day it may help, but it was not a long term solution and was in fact what he called "end-game stuff".
I am seeing a groin rehab specialist but it is really quite simple, special exercises for specific abdominal muscles, gentle uphill running, and 100% focus on the alignment and orientation of the pelvis.
Three months rest sounds conservative from my experience, but I know a guy from RW who has overcome the condition and is regularly running trail marathons on the south downs and turning in sub 21 parkruns.