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THIGH INJURIES OUTLINE Discuss Gross Anatomy. Quadriceps Strain. Hamstring Strain. Charley’s Horse and Myositis Ossificans. ‘Pulled’ Groin.
HAMSTRING STRAIN: is the most frequently strained muscle in the body. Caused by a rapid contraction of the muscle during ballistic action or violent stretch.
HAMSTRING STRAIN Right Leg – Posterior View
Risk Factors: Hamstring Muscle Imbalance (3:2) Poor dynamic flexibility Muscle fatigue Previous Injury Overuse
HAMSTRING INJURY Gluteus Maximus is the major extensor of the hip. When hamstring function changes from a stabilizing knee flexor to an active hip extensor, injury happens.
Signs and Symptoms: Grade 1: Slight tightness and tension in the muscle. Grade 2,3: feel a ‘pop’ or experience a tearing sensation. Unable to extend the knee. Pain and weakness in the muscle.
Routine rehab is carried out on the injured hamstring muscle. The athlete can return when they are at a Grade I level. The following criteria are tested……
Passive Single Leg Straight Raise Test
Resistance plus Palpation
QUADRICEPS STRAIN Usually Rectus Femoris Rectus Femoris is a two joint muscle. Determine which function is affected. Ice, Stretch and Strength
ADDUCTOR STRAIN: Excessive abduction of the thigh. Icing Gradual Stretching Strengthening
GROIN STRAIN – Hip Flexor Caused by Forced Extension and/or excessive contraction of hip flexors. Icing and Tensoring Stretching Strengthening of Flexors
Groin Strain: Abduction, Extension and External Rotation of Hip. Icing and Tensoring Stretching Strengthening
Bleeding within Quads
Loss of Flexion
Treatment of Quad Contusion Icing and Tensor Crutches and P.W.B. Knee flexion – using only hamstring force.
‘DOWN UNDER’ Treatment Bring the knee to max flexion. Hold the knee in that position, apply ice. Move leg or do full squats.
If the impact was enough to irritate the periosteum of the bone…. Or If there was a secondary impact to the thigh…. The result may be……..
MYOS ITIS MUSCLE INFLAMMATION OSSIFICANS FORMATION OF BONE FROM BLOOD
FIXED TWO MONTHS
QUAD CONTUSION REHAB Patience on the part of the athlete. Icing, Icing, Icing Knee flexion with the force generated by hamstrings. Isometric quads.
COMPARTMENT PROBLEMS IN THE THIGH FOLLOWING TRAUMA
© 2011 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved. Chapter 20: The Knee and Related Structures.
Chapter 19: The Ankle and Lower Leg.
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Osteitis Pubis Repetitive overuse of hip adductors and abdominal muscles (rectus) Repetitive overuse of hip adductors and abdominal muscles (rectus) Symptoms.
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OUCH THAT HURTS…. SPORTS INJURIES PSE 4U LECTURE PRESENTATION MR. D. GRAHAM Department of Health and Physical Education Westdale Secondary School.
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Different types of exercise can help you evaluate and improve the various elements of fitness.
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Myositis Ossificans Myositis ossificans results from a complication of a contusion injury and occurs when part of of the hematoma is replaced with bone.
WARM UP INFORMATION Push Ups – Increase upper body strength. Strengthens the triceps and pectoral muscles. There is a slight increase in the biceps and.
Warm up Information Warming up is preparing the body for some type of physical activity. It is essential for peak performance and decreases the risk of.
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