Clinical reasoning I guess, part process of elimination part interpretations subjective/objective findings. TLDR they were the main things that we saw and made sense to address for to maximise max recovery gains as the trend is already towards getting better
Back stress testing (active passive movements and end range, shock/impact, neurodynamic testing etc.) didn’t reproduce or exacerbate symptoms much. Past history of injury was similar but more severe since slow onset/non traumatic event having any structure particularly significantly damaged is unlikely. In the past sneezing/coughing was aggravating suggesting disk involvement. Sitting is bothersome so suggests flexion intolerance component. Nil nerve-y symptoms and more mechanical than inflammatory pattern.
The biggest findings were poor fatigue management and left r glute imbalance from testing in single leg hip thrust, side plank, leg/knee straight abduction, abduction with thigh in 45 degree hip flexion and abduction with thigh close to 90 degree hip flexion. On film me squats get spinny lel rotating on the concentric especially when fatigued or near max.