Injuries to the adductor muscles


The adductor muscles of the hip are the adductor muscles (long, large, short), the sternum, the thin and the major gluteus. Although syndromes have been described for each of these muscles, it is often difficult to pinpoint the exact source of the problem.

The long adductor is the most commonly injured muscle of the adductor muscles of the hip. The mechanism of injury is a combination of the trunk in overextension and the limb in abduction and external rotation. The location of the pain is an indication of the severity of the injury. The more central the pain, the more severe the injury. In peripheral pain localization, recovery is usually expected in 1-2 weeks. In a central location, a longer recovery period of 1-2 months may be required.