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I pulled my hamstring about 9months ago, is it normal for it to still hurt?
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Dr. Lauren Elson
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
4 doctors agree
In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
Dr. Lauren Elson
Dr. Lauren Elson
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Dr. Mark Weston
Orthopedic Surgery - Spine
In brief: Yes
Being healed and pain free are two different subjects the muscle itissue is healed when it comes to where you can't feel it is anybodys guess prevention is the only cure.

In brief: Yes
Being healed and pain free are two different subjects the muscle itissue is healed when it comes to where you can't feel it is anybodys guess prevention is the only cure.
Dr. Mark Weston
Dr. Mark Weston
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