Posts Tagged ‘upper leg’

Adductor Magnus Muscle: Groin, Pelvic and Thigh Pain

The adductor magnus can cause and contribute to deep aching in the groin and pelvis areas that sometimes includes a sharp stabbing pain. Pain starting at the hip extending down the front of the thigh going toward the inside of the knee is another a sign of dysfunction.

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Piriformis Muscle: Back, Hip, Buttock, Pelvic, Thigh Pain

Pain in the low back, hip, hip joint, pelvis, buttock and occasionally pain going down the back of the thigh indicate piriformis dysfunction. What are the symptoms and pain associated with the piriformis muscle? Low back pain at the base of the spine Buttock pain Hip pain around the hip joint Aching pain, burning or tingling…

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Gluteus Medius Muscle: Belt Line, Hip, Buttock, Thigh Pain

Pain in the buttocks and hip can indicate gluteus medius dysfunction. Pain occasionally extends down the side of the thigh as well as into the back of the thigh. What are the pain and symptoms associated with the gluteus medius muscle? Pain in the lower back around the beltline Pain in the hip Pain in…

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