Ironhide wrote:Which particular movements bother you? I'm trying to picture how you 'drug' your toe cause that's going to be the mechanism of your injury and depending on the angle of your hip could be a few muscles, but I'm almost willing to bet that it's your hip flexor or groin injury. Not to mention that you're still injured over a 7 month period sounds like it cause these muscles are small and involved in a lot of movement. So was it like you were walking straight and dragging your toes behind you or ???
Ironhide wrote:See if doing this bothers your hip.
1. Lie on your back.
2. Maintain a flat lower back while grabbing behind your left knee.
3. Pull your left knee to your chest.
4. Normal flexibility is indicated when your right leg remains flat on the floor. Your hip flexors are considered tight if you attempt to lift your left knee toward your chest, and your right leg leaves the floor.
5. Repeat with your other leg.
Hwicha wrote:Riiiight, I knew you would say that Jussi, but I would rather find a home remedy then going to the doctor here. First, you will pay through your nose, and then they will treat you for a wrong thing.
Hwicha wrote:Hello gang,
Last season I injured my right hip. I was doing a forehand drive (right hand) and dragged my right foot instead of lifting it. Now, 7 month later it still hurts. I went to play today for the first time after winter and the feeling is not good. And mentally I am afraid it is going to hurt and therefore the round was a disaster.
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