Similar to the shoulder in its “ball and socket” joint structure, but less inclined to injury, the hip and groin area sees several large muscle groups attach around the hip – the quadriceps, hamstrings, gluteals and ITB.
Common complaints include:
Muscle strain, often of the hip flexors and adductors
Hip labral tear
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