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My inner thigh muscle has gotten fairly weak, how long does it take typically to rehab it?

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Dr. Gregory Billy
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
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In brief: Depends

The answer to your question depends on the cause of the thigh weakness.
If your weakness is secondary to a strain it could take up to six weeks or longer to rehab. If your thigh weakness is secondary to a nerve problem the weakness may not improve with exercise and could actually worsen. Best to see your physician to determine the cause of the weakness.

In brief: Depends

The answer to your question depends on the cause of the thigh weakness.
If your weakness is secondary to a strain it could take up to six weeks or longer to rehab. If your thigh weakness is secondary to a nerve problem the weakness may not improve with exercise and could actually worsen. Best to see your physician to determine the cause of the weakness.
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Dr. Bryan Reuss
Orthopedic Surgery

In brief: 6-12 weeks

Any muscular atrophy or injury typically takes 6-12 weeks to rehab.

In brief: 6-12 weeks

Any muscular atrophy or injury typically takes 6-12 weeks to rehab.
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