Do some forum searches for best PT or good PT.
Explore the useful sticky thread for good sites & info you can take to the PT.
A search link is in my siggy.
But if you are hurting , the first thing they should focus on is pain relief modalities.
Heat, ultrasound,massage,manual trigger point therapy, low level laser, IF stim ( low settings) don't over do anything or delayed pain will occur.
Some basics that should help -
General posture work/alignment awareness.
Gentle stretching - just to a sensation of stretch don't force anything.
No strengthening til sx & pain are very low or none.
Some surgeons just can't accept that while they may have improved the condition for the patient , there is still pain, and unfortunately it sometimes is chronic pain... many of the old timer TOS members have to use a Pain Management dr.
But you are still in the post op stage for the most part.
If surgeon won't follow up with pain care, seeing a pain dr is the next step I guess.
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