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hip or pelvic

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Feb 2014
1:19pm, 20 Feb 2014
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greenfly74
I have a very sore shooting pain. Im not sure if its hip or pelvic but its situated on the knobbly bit of bone that sticks out above the leg on the outside. Its in line with belly button. When prodded Its really sore on a tendony bit that seems to be on the bone itself. Is it part of the hip or the pelvis.
Any advice would be welcome.
Feb 2014
4:20pm, 20 Feb 2014
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clairevmc
Might it be your hip flexor?
Feb 2014
8:10pm, 20 Feb 2014
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greenfly74
I think i found the spot.....The pain seems to be on the iliac crest!!
Feb 2014
8:13pm, 20 Feb 2014
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KatieB
Tensor fascia lata?
Feb 2014
8:54pm, 20 Feb 2014
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greenfly74
Yeah its around that area. More on the actual bone that sticks out though.
K9
Feb 2014
11:53am, 21 Feb 2014
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K9
I had that a few years ago - seemed to appear out of the blue and stayed for months.
Even running across the road provoked the pain, and it kept me off for ages.
I didnt see a physio at the time, but wished i had because it probably would have gone away more quickly with some work on TFL, glutes/ piriformis....
K9
Feb 2014
11:54am, 21 Feb 2014
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K9
The pain was right on the iliac crest where TFL attaches I think.
Feb 2014
2:54pm, 22 Feb 2014
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greenfly74
Yes....Thanks, That sounds like the spot. It has eased with a few days rest so tempted to give it a trial run

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