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Hip Flexor strain

Hip Flexor strain: Introduction

Hip Flexor strain: Damage to the hip flexor muscle due to over-stretching of the muscle tissue. The damage involves tearing the muscle tissue. Small blood vessels may also be damaged which can cause bruising. The symptoms may vary from mild to severe depending on the severity of the damage. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Hip Flexor strain is available below.

Symptoms of Hip Flexor strain

Treatments for Hip Flexor strain

  • Rest, ice, compression, elevation, pain medication if needed, once pain has subsided gradually introduce light stretching movement to provide circulation to the affected muscle tissue
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Causes of Hip Flexor strain

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Hip Flexor strain: Undiagnosed Conditions

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Prognosis for Hip Flexor strain

Prognosis for Hip Flexor strain: Most cases resolve without problems as long as the muscle is rested sufficiently to allow healing. Complications are uncommon.

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