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What to do if I have severe pain in the pelvis and hamstring area in consequence of stopping excercise?
Not quite sure: without an exam, I can only give general information, but generally I stop the exercise BECAUSE of the pain, I don't get the pain because I stopped the exercise. And, groin and hamstring pulls take a LONG time to heal up. REST. Anti-inflammatory, warm shower. These injuries need evaluation and phys therapy to get beck to working out. ...Read more
Hamstring Tear: At 34 it is not that difficult. Depending on your pre activity flexibility and conditioning your ability to except the loads may be compromised especially if you have a sedentary job. Hamstring injury occurs during and eccentric load on the muscle, i.e. Lengthening as it contracts to absorb load. If your muscle is not conditioned to accept the load a tear can happen during sprinting etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hamstring saga: Dapending on the degree of your initial strain, the type of rehabilitation you had, and what type of sport you are involved in, hamstrings can take forever to heal. Avg professional dancer doesn't feel "normal" for 9-12 months. Runners- less time. Rehab includes core re-training-deep tissue massage/acupuncture helpful for improving blood flow to region. See physician to rule out other complication. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Injuring the hamstring has not been shown to lead to improvement in speed. In fact, the contrary would be more likely, a loss in speed. ...Read more
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