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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Anterior and medial knee pain of muscular origin

Here is the list of muscles potentially responsible for these pains, a link can be selected for more details on a particular muscle: Vastus medialis, rectus femoris and gracilis muscles (quadriceps femoris) Adductor muscles Sartorius

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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Lateral knee pain of muscular origin

Here is the list of muscles potentially responsible for these pains, a link can be selected for more details on a particular muscle: Vastus lateralis muscle (quadriceps femoris)

Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Anterior knee pain of muscular origin

Here is the list of muscles potentially responsible for these pains, a link can be selected for more details on a particular muscle: Rectus femoris and vastus medialis muscles (quadriceps femoris) Hip adductors

Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Medial thigh pain of muscular origin

Here is the list of muscles potentially responsible for these pains, a link can be selected for more details on a particular muscle: Hip adductors Sartorius muscle Quadriceps femoris muscle  

Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Posterior thigh pain of muscular origin

Here is the list of muscles potentially responsible for these pains, a link can be selected for more details on a particular muscle: Gluteus minimus muscle Piriformis muscle Posterior thigh muscles Internal obturator muscle

Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Myofascial syndrome of the piriformis muscle and short lateral rotator muscles MEDECIN ABONNE

Anatomical reminder These muscles include: The piriformis muscle The upper and lower gastrocnemius muscles The square femoris muscle The internal and external obturator muscles 1- gluteus maximus muscle (cut) 2- gluteus medius muscle (sectioned) 3-

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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Myofascial syndrome of the quadriceps femoris muscles MEDECIN ABONNE

Anatomical reminder Muscle composed of 4 heads: Right femoral vastus medialis Vast Intermediate wide lateral The muscles of the quadriceps group insert all 4, distally, on the patella. The patella is attached to the anterior

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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Myofascial syndrome of the gluteus medius muscle: lumbago muscle MEDECIN ABONNE

Anatomical reminder The posterior part of the gluteus medius muscle sits deep within the gluteus maximus muscle. Its lower part covers the small gluteus muscle. The proximal insertions of the muscle are on the anterior

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Guide to pain of myofascial origin

Myofascial syndrome of the gluteus minimus: pseudo sciatica. MEDECIN ABONNE

Myofascial syndrome of the gluteus minimus muscle is responsible for pseudo-sciatica. The contracture of this muscle is responsible for pain projecting on the lateral part of the thigh sometimes up to the ankle (red zone).

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Post operative chronic pain