sartorius muscle pain

I had what I thought was hip flexor pain, I thought from RA, which I have, or from working out (which I probably did injure it this way and didn't know it) I work out with weights, yoga and pilates. The pilates and yoga I started about 2 months before the pain set in. I just tried stretching it more, but by the middle of the day I was limping and then dragging my leg around. I let this continue about 3 mos....too long. Then got an MRI with dye - nothing appeared. Got cortisone shot in hip....yoweee! No result, PT twice a week for 5 weeks - tried graston technique...just bruised alot. Next tried a chiropractor twice a week for 4 weeks. Nada.Zip. Although he did conclude that he thought it was my sartorius and didn't really know what to do for it. I agree it is the sartorius after looking it up. I can even locate the exact place where the pain is electric. It appears to be where it attaches at the top. I have dramatically changed my workout and now only have occasional pain when I go to turn and walk too quickly. I really would like to get back to my workout plan, but think maybe the only way to heal it is giving it a break. Is this my only option? Will it heal?

Posted By Aleta on April 04, 2009 at 13:06:29:

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