BHOLL, I've read some of your posts and it's a safe bet you know your stuff. Since you're fairly new to this site, there's some things I'd like to point out.
Although the purpose of the Injury Subforum is well-intended, it does, unfortunately, attract the following:
1) People who actually do NOT want to get better. I know this sounds absurd; however, there are those who subconsciously do the exact opposite of what's necessary in life.
My best guess is that, by suffering from their respective affliction, they now have an excuse to NOT reach their goals. Some of these people actually relish their self-imposed martyrdom.
NOW, OP - understand that I'm NOT accusing you of being in this category. Whether or not you are, I'm not sure nor do I care. For now, I'll keep what my instincts are telling me to myself.
2) There are also those in this forum who do want to improve their situation yet THINK they know how to fix it.
Well, this begs the question: Why are you here?
Basically, these are the folks who ask for advice and, if what they hear doesn't match their preconceived notions, will dismiss any advice you give them. Or sometimes they'll just pick and choose the aspects of what you tell them that they like. IME, this approach rarely yields optimal results. A highly skilled and experienced professional writes out a comprehensive program knowing that the whole is greater than the sum of its part. To take a bit here and a bit there often ruins the integrity of the program.
These folks also tend to display an entitled or even argumentative attitude.
Recently, a guy in this subforum tore his pec (in addition to a groin injury earlier in the year). Not only did he ignore my offer to help his groin injury, he balked at anything else I advised because I didn't bench/dead/squat to his standards. Rather than trying to debate such a moronic line of thinking, I decided to have fun with him; I challenged him to a 1-on-1 meet, about a year from now, in his precious little lifts (after he heals, of course) for money. Comically, he back-pedaled. Shit-stains like this are the rarity. But don't be surprised if you meet others like them. He'll no doubt return with another set of injuries in the future (either under his original account or as a ghost).
3) And there are those who, thanks to some horrendous advice (sometimes given by the very authors or the "celebrity" posters on this site) have gotten injured and they genuinely do want to get better. These people, I wager, are the reasons you contribute to this subforum. Just know that they're in the minority.
Ultimately, I can't and won't tell you who to advise and who to ignore. I will say that, in the 3+ years I've been a member of this forum (and several years more as just a lurker), I've seen a handful of very very impressive posters leave. Although they never gave specific reasons, I suspect they eventually reached a conclusion that the headaches of dealing with category 1s and 2s did not justify the time to reach out to the 3s. Call me jaded, yet I wish someone had given me similar advice when I first started advising folks here.