Hip Flexor Strain

Hip flexor muscles allow you to lift your knee and bend at the waist. Strain occurs from overuse of these muscles. Hip Flexor Strain Exercise Instructions More Information: More on Hip Flexor Strain from the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons … Read More

Hamstring Strain

Your hamstring muscle group is in the back of your thigh and allows you to bend your knee. A strain in these muscles often occurs when they are contracted forcefully, when running or jumping, for example. Hamstring Strain Exercise Instructions … Read More

Groin Strain

The muscles in your groin help bring your legs together. There are two muscles that may commonly get injured in a groin strain – the adductor magnus and the sartorius. Groin Strain Exercise Instructions More Information: More on Groin Strain … Read More

Gluteal Strain

Your gluteal muscles are the muscles in your buttocks. A strained muscle occurs when the muscle fibers are stretched or torn. Hip and Thigh Exercise Instructions More Information: More on Gluteal Strain from the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS).

Femur Fracture

Your femur is your thighbone, extending from your hip to your knee. A fracture, or break, in your bone can be one of several types. More Information: More on Femur Fracture from the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS).

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