Doctor insights on:
Adductors Of The Hip
Yes: The plantaris tendon and posterior tibialos tendon both arise from posterior muscles of the leg and connect to the foot. The Achilles' tendon is the largest of the posterior tendons. ...Read more
Mri showed tear in the gluteus maximus upon the insertion of the it band on the right hip. I have pain in the back side of my hip around the side of m?
Tear.: Sounds like the pain your having is caused by the gluteus tear. Hopefully, this can be healed without surgery, but you might need an orthopedic surgeon to evaluate it. ...Read more
Is there any documentation of the plantaris muscle/tendon originating behind the medial part of the knee rather than lateral?
The thigh: The vastus lateralis forms the lateral component of the quadriceps muscle. Of your thigh. ...Read more
HIP SNAPPING SYNDROME SURGERY CAN IT RELIEVE MUSCLE STRAINS OF THE NECK/SHOULDER/ARM/WRIST/HAND/BODY SIDE/LOWER LEG-CALF/ANKLE/FOOT ON THE SAME SIDE OF THE BODY OF THIS SURGERY?
No: Simple answer...No.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: The pelvis and hips have a lot going on in terms of muscles and attachments. I suspect you could find a decent diagram online. ...Read more
Semitendonosus: See diagram. Thanks for trusting HealthTap!Get a more detailed answer ›
What does "capsular stripping from the lateral margin of the left acetabular labrum region of the dome of the acetabulum" hip MRI with contrast?
Trauma?: This implies some type of trauma to the capsule, which is the fibrous tissue that holds joint together. Generally should heal conservatively, with time and rest and pt. Should not need surgical intervention if the labrum is not torn. ...Read more
Would pain under the bony knob of the inside of the left ankle and pain in the bend of the left ankle/foot be from posterior tibial tendonitis?
Capsular Ligament: The capsular ligament consists of two types of fibers, circular and longitudinal. Some of the longitudinal fibers form the retinacula and the circular fibers form the zona orbicularis. It is attached to the acetabulum and anterior inferior iliac spine; and connects to the transverse ligament, iliofemoral ligament, pubocapsular, and ischiocapsular ligaments. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Knee pain in back of the knee just above the calf, to the outside of the knee radiating to the ankle. Pain with prolonged weight baring & flexion caus
Anterior column: The acetabular columns were first described in 1964 by judet and letournel as an inverted y. The anterior column was composed of the bones ilium and pubis. The pelvis is composed of three bones including the ilium, ischium and pubis which fuse in early adolescence and collectively called the innominate bone. ...Read more
Are the medial/lateral tarsal, dorsal metatarsal, anterial tibial and arcuate, the only arteries on the front of the leg and foot?
VASCULATURE: Sounds like a question for school. Anyway, here goes: ant. tibial, dorsalis pedis, perforating peroneal, ant. lat. malleolar, ant. med. malleolar, lateral tarsal, arcuate, 1st prox. perforating, dorsal metatarsal, dorsal digital, medial tarsal. Hope that's all. Sincerely, Dr. Latva ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which kind of nerve impingement arising from the shoulder refers pain to the medial epicondyle if the humerus?
Ulnar nerve: Typically, if you have pain along the medial epicondyle, that is where the ulnar nerve travels. If you have impingement upon this nerve there are usually other symptoms including numbness and tingling in the 4th and 5th fingers. In the extreme situations there may be weakness of these fingers. There is often pain when tapping over the nerve at the medial epicodyle. ...Read more
What is the main cause of persistant pain in the front of the knee below the knee cap felt strongest w/twisting and foot back farther than knee?
PAF: Patellofemoral syndrome would be my first thought. Patella stabilizing brace or strap and Phys Therapy program to strengthen the VMO of the quads can be helpful along with modifying exercise to avoid aggravation. Ice after exercise and NSAID if no reason not to take. Other common causes arthritis, meniscal tear or degeneration, loose body in the knee, bony bruise to knee host of others as well. ...Read more
Is left hip adductor tendinosis to be expected in a runner with unilateral left hip retroversion?
Inner thigh burning sensation. Seems to be traveling around the left hip a bit (sometimes lateral, other times adductor or groin). Any thoughts?
Right hip pain only comes at night when rolling over. No pain before, after, or any other time. There is some IT Band and minor adductor tightness.
Had multiple steroid inj into adductor tendon of hip. Now it feels like a seperate part of my body, is tight and sunken. What is this?
Best treatment for a suspected hip flexor or high adductor muscle strain? RICE? Probably low grade 2
The suspected hip fl:
The Suspected hip flexor injury should be confirmed by a doctor with clinical examination and further investigations and treatment based on those findings.
The main thing is that you should make an appointment with your doctor who will take a proper history and also examine you before suggesting any further action ...Read more
After 16 months, MRA diagnosed anterosuperior hip labral tear. Awaiting 1st consult with ortho. Recently started feeling same symptoms on left hip. Any ideas?! Adductor pain also when sudden move
Can a colonoscopy cause damage to pelvic girdle. Hurts so bad . Been so long. Hurts in groin, where muscles (adductor (spell) are. Please help. ?
Usually not but...: Colonoscopies are routine screening procedures for older americans, to look for colon cancer. Usually, there are no after effects, so a person feels fine afterwards. If there are symptoms, one should return to her primary care doctor and to her G.I. Specialist to see what is going on, and to see if there is a complication from the colonoscopy. ...Read more
I was ordered an emg of adductors by ortho. Then neurologist said that cannot stimulate obturator too deep in pelvis? Who's correct here?
Been feeling pain around the adductor(closer to pelvis)when apply force/weight on to right leg as if it was a bruise.any tips?/how do I make it heal?
Pain: Try applying heat locally and try Aleeve 200mg, two on a a day with food.for 5 days ...Read more
Hip bursitis: It is likely that you have a condition called trochanteric bursitis of your hip--it is inflammation of the area surrounding the curve of the hip-thigh bone. Possibly resulted from excessive use/walking/running and/or laying on the side on a firm/hard surface too long. Hip arthritis and disc disease can cause hip pain as well. Motrin/aleve may help. If not better, consult doc for eval. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Muscles!!!!: Think flesh=muscles/tissue and not bone/ligament/disc/nerves with chronic pain! joints are designed to last a lifetime/100 years! start self-care with a wellness program of vits, magnesium glycinate, sleep hygiene, exercise, self massage, chiropractor, yoga, heat, epsom tub soaking, and stretching. In my practice, I use acupuncture and myofascial tissue release with trigger points w lidocaine. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not the hip joint: Usually it does not hurt to sit with hip arthritis. It may hurt to get up. Depending where it hurts it could be trochanteric bursitis if it hurts on the side of the pelvis; ischial bursitis or piriformis syndrome if it hurts on the bottom, coccyxgodynia if he pain is coming from the tailbone - called the coccyx. Sometimes for comfort you can cushion you gluteal region with a pillow. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Exercise: Most of hip pains are due to osteoarthritis. Over-weightiness and inactivity make hip-pain worse. Back-strengthening exercises and losing weight are helpful. Taking pain-killer should be the last resort. However, when the pain is severe and/or interferes with the lifestyle, it is wise to consider hip replacement surgery. If pain persists please consult a physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many causes: One of the most common causes of hip pain. Is osteoarthritis. Oa is usually seen in middle and old age, I do not know your age. Other causes include impingement syndromes, bursitis, muscle issues, snapping hip, trauma, transient osteoporosis, osteonecrosis or avn, and the list goes on. I recommend that you see your pcp or an orthoedic surgeon. www.aaos.org/findanortho/. ...Read more
Bursitis v.arthritis: Hip pain after lying down could be a inflammatory problem with the bursa called bursitis. If the pain is worse with longer periods of lying down, it could be stiffness you are experiencing from an arthritic hip. First step is to see a doctor such as a physiatrist who will examine you and may require an x-ray. We may also recommend a trial of an anti-inflammatory. ...Read more
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Adductor magnus exercises
- Golf adductor injuries
- Sore adductor longus
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Subchondral sclerosis of the hip
- Adhesive capsulitis of the hip
- Hypertrophic spurring of the hip
- Bilateral avascular necrosis of the hips
- Adductor muscle