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Chapter 19:. The Hip and Pelvis. Bursitis Fracture Quadriceps and hip flexor strains Hamstring strains Adductor strains Iliotibial band syndrome. Quadriceps contusions Myositis ossificans Iliac crest contusions Overuse injuries Stress fractures. Common Injuries.

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Chapter 19

Chapter 19:

The Hip and Pelvis


Common injuries

Bursitis

Fracture

Quadriceps and hip flexor strains

Hamstring strains

Adductor strains

Iliotibial band syndrome

Quadriceps contusions

Myositis ossificans

Iliac crest contusions

Overuse injuries

Stress fractures

Common Injuries

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Hip injury rehabilitation prevention
Hip Injury Rehabilitation/Prevention

  • Often procedures used for rehabilitation can also be helpful in preventing injury.

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Hip flexor stretching 1
Hip Flexor Stretching 1

  • With the leg to be stretched behind the other leg and rotated slightly outward, shift weight to the other leg. Posture is erect with hips thrust forward.

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Hip flexor stretching 2
Hip Flexor Stretching 2

  • Kneel on a towel, then thrust forward with the hips, maintaining an erect posture.

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Hamstring stretching 1
Hamstring Stretching 1

  • The standing bench stretch is a good way to begin stretching the hamstrings.

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Hamstring stretching 2
Hamstring Stretching 2

  • Seated single-leg hamstring stretch

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Hamstring stretching 3
Hamstring Stretching 3

  • The seated single-leg hamstring stretch with the opposite leg dangling allows greater stretching.

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Hamstring stretching 4
Hamstring Stretching 4

  • Double-leg hamstring stretching is done with the toes pointed forward to isolate the hamstrings.

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Hamstring stretching 5
Hamstring Stretching 5

  • In the supine position, use a towel to slowly pull the leg back, stretching the hamstrings.

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Hamstring stretching 6
Hamstring Stretching 6

  • With this stretch, one leg is supported on a bench; athletes can gain additional mobility from this exercise. It is not advised for those with hamstring strains.

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Adductor muscle stretching
Adductor Muscle Stretching

  • In a seated position, pull the heels in as far as possible, then lean forward.

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Iliotibial band stretching 1
Iliotibial Band Stretching 1

  • Lean against a wall with the leg to be stretched crossed behind the other leg. Put as much stretch on the IT band as possible.

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Iliotibial band stretching 2
Iliotibial Band Stretching 2

  • Cross the leg to be stretched behind the other leg and stretch by pulling on the foot with the opposite hand.

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