I pulled a muscle playing softball (running). When my wife massaged it the area that turned real red would be about where the satorius crosses the leg. It hurts when I pull my knee inward and if laying on my back I struggle mightily bringing my knee to my chest. The odd thing is on the side of my quadriceps I can feel an area that is slightly hardened. It doesn't hurt to the touch though.

Posted By Kirk on July 21, 2004 at 08:41:52:

Inflated aircells offer comfort and graduated compression with its therapeutic benefits. Worn with a laced shoe, the Air-Stirrup restricts inversion/eversion and permits normal flexion.

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