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How can I self test for a hip labral tear?

Hard to do if you. Have not done it before, but here are the basic test: ant labral tear- pain if hip is brought from a fully flexed, externally rotated, and abducted position to a position of extension, internal rotation, and adduction posterior labral tear -pain if hip is brought from a flexed, adducted, and internally rotated position to one of abduction, external rotation, and extension. Not 100% diagnostic. Read more...

Can I dance professionsally again after a hip arthroscopy of a hip labral tear?

Activity After Scope. Many activities can be resumed after a hip arthroscopy. In fact, professional football players, baseball players, and basketball players are returning to high level activity after this type of surgery. The recovery can take a few months, and extensive physical therapy is required to make the best recovery, but returning to sports, including dance, is possible. Read more...
Likely yes. About 82% of pro athletes return to play at the same level as prior to a hip scope. The average time to return to play at the professional level for impact athletes varies but is usually about 4 months. Even patients requiring cartilage work during hip arthroscopy (microfracture) return to play at the rate of about 78%. Read more...

Would the feeling of something being pinched in the upper thigh, on the front but close to inner thigh, in crease, be a symptom of hip labral tear?

Possible. It is common for a hip joint or labral tear to radiate from the crease to the front of the thigh. There are many other causes for this type of pain. You will need someone experienced in hip problems to help sort this out. Read more...
Possibly. Yes it definitely could, however there are other potential causes of pain in that area as well. I would not hesitate to be seen for an accurate diagnosis. Read more...

Is it possible for you to play soccer goalkeep with hip labral tear?

Yes. It is possible to participate in sports and athletic individual events w/ a labral tears, some people can play (and have) entire seasons w/ a symptomatic "labral tear"(college and professional football).Hip "impingement'(related to femoral head and acetabulum) anatomical factors w/ associated labral tears is a very common and somewhat overdiagnosed condition... Read more...