inner knee strain (anatomy?)

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ApolytonGP
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inner knee strain (anatomy?)

Post by ApolytonGP » Tue Oct 19, 2010 11:38 pm

Got a new one. :neu:

Got a feeling like a strain on my inner thigh a couple inches above the knee. If I push in there on the tendon, it hurts too. Has been there a while and just gradually got worse (think from cycling and just activities).

Trying to figure out what it is anatomy-wise. Seems like there are a lot of structures around ther. VM of quadriceps, part of hamstring. The graciliias and adductor longus. The sartorius.

Anyone know if this is a common complaint and what muscle it likely is?

I'm probably gonna break down and see the PT, so no need for lecture. Just want to educamate myself first. Have been looking at pictures in my Deladrier book and wikipedia and there is a lot of stuff in there...


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Post by Oscar_Actuary » Wed Oct 20, 2010 2:41 am

you probably just pulled your crura

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