Nassar was a trainer with USA Gymnastics as far back as 1986.

For example, legendary Olympic gymnast Mary Lou Retton underwent a total hip replacement in 2006 when she was 38.

Sokova’s case, however, appears more extreme, especially because she hints it may have been avoided had she had the injury diagnosed earlier.

Jeanette Antolin, Jessica Howard and Kami Mac Kay have all come forward, alleging abuse by Nassar either through the filing of lawsuits or, in the case of Mac Kay, on social media.

USA Gymnastics launched an independent review of its policies in the wake of the allegations against Nassar in the summer of 2016, following reporting by the Indianapolis Star that highlighted chronic mishandling of abuse allegations against coaches and staff at some of its more than 3,500 clubs across the country.

It is not known whether Raisman or Maroney are part of those lawsuits.

Nassar has already pleaded guilty to federal child pornography charges and is in jail, awaiting a Dec. He also faces charges in state court in Michigan, largely related to allegations that he digitally penetrated women during medical exams for his own sexual gratification.She details the abuse in her book "Fierce," which will be released on Nov. USA Gymnastics said in a statement Friday that Raisman sharing her personal experience took "great courage" and it is "appalled by the conduct of which Larry Nassar is accused."Raisman, who was also captain of the team for the 2012 Games in London, is the second member of the "Fierce Five" U. women's gymnastics team -- and third Olympian overall -- to allege abuses by Nassar.Just last month, Raisman offered her support to Mc Kayla Maroney after she alleged abuse by Nassar dating back to 2009, when she was just 13.It wasn’t, she said, because her coaches and others at the renowned Round Lake training facility in Moscow, where she lived away from her family for much of the year, thought she was just complaining.“Many people thought I was faking it,” she said, noting she was cast as someone with an “attitude” problem in the training facility.Raisman told "60 Minutes," in an interview scheduled to air Sunday, that she spoke to FBI investigators after serving as national team captain at the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro. "What did USA Gymnastics do, and Larry Nassar do, to manipulate these girls so much that they are so afraid to speak up?