Semitendinosus Muscle: Buttock, Thigh, Knee, Calf Pain

The semimembranosus muscle can cause and contribute to pain below the buttock, the back The semitendinosus muscle can cause and contribute to pain below the buttock, the back of the thigh and the back of the knee. There is often an aching pain down the back of the thigh while sleeping.of the thigh and the back of the knee. Pain intensifies when walking.

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Popliteus Muscle: Pain in the Back of the Knee

The popliteus muscle can cause and contribute to pain behind the knee. Prime indicators of popliteus dysfunction is an inability to lock the knee and/or you find your pain behind the knee worsens when walking downstairs or an incline. Pain from the popliteus muscle often mimics meniscus and other knee ligament and tendon injury pain.

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Peroneus Longus and Brevis Muscle: Trigger Point Pain

The peroneus tertius muscle can cause and contribute to pain in the lower leg bend where the leg, ankle and foot connect. Pain is often felt on the outside of the heel. If your ankles are weak and have a tendency to buckle, you should check this muscle for trigger points and tightness. A classic sign of peroneus tertius dysfunction is pain worsens with each step.

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