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High arches: They both can be tight depending on high is high. Is there a valgus or varus deformity as well. Is there inversion or eversion problems? Ask a foot doctor. ...Read more
No statistics: No clear statistics available for this injury, however, runners make up a large portion of my practice. Based on my personal experience i would say this is a relatively uncommon injury but when it does occur is very frustrating to treat because recovery usually takes several weeks to at times months for complete resolution. One of the biggest issues is trying to get a runner to stop running. ...Read more
Hi, popped an adductor leg pressing. I'm middle-aged, how long ay it take before I should exercise the area again?
Depends: .........on the extent of the injury. See your doctor for complete evaluation. ...Read more
I can't ride ride a bicycle due to my adductor muscles? How long until my muscles let me ride? Or am i out for good?
Myalgia: If it is soreness from excercise, you should be okay in around 5 days. Otherwise it depends on what kind of injury you had. ...Read more
2yrs after 80mgkenalog injection into left adductor tendon, why does the left adductor feel permanently weaker/tighter?
Rare side effects: Kenalog (triamcinolone) injections have been implicated with some rare side effects, long after the injection. I have read of the advent of atrophy at the injection site: this means that if given into connective tissue (ligament) that it may be experiencing atrophy (loss of tissue and therefore strength). It has been reported that muscle injection sites have atrophied in such a way as to "crater". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a "moderate" and "small" tear of the rectus abdominis adductor (left and right side respectively). Is surgery essential or the only option?
Probably: Elective unless causing undue pain or other special problem. ...Read more