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To help us better help you with your recovery and injury related questions can you please include:

1. When did the pain begin?

2. What were you doing at the time? Or did the pain come on gradually over time?

3. Where, anatomically, is the pain?

4. What does the pain feel like? Sharp? Dull? Aching? Stabbing? Shooting?

5. Is the pain constant, or intermittent, or only on certain motions?

6. What motions make your pain worse?

7. What, if anything, makes your pain better?

8. Does your pain radiate to any other part of your body?

9. What things could you do before, that you cannot do now because of your injury?

10. What is your main concern regarding the pain and its consequences?

11. Have you ever injured that part of your body before? If so, how?

12. Is your pain getting worse over time? And if so, how much worse over what time period?

It would also help if you posted a link to a video of your lift.

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