Pain in Rectus Femoris

Okay I am an active person, I run, work out, and play organized sports. I recently had an injury during a Softball game that involved my straining my quad-muscle (it feels like it would be the rectus femoris). I only know this from anatomy class for nursing school. Now, I have been doing the R.I.C.E regiment, with Naproxen and Motrin, it's been three weeks now since the injury, and I played a game last night, I thought I was healthy to play...no pain with stretching or anything of sorts. Needless to say I slammed the ball at my first at bat and hit an in the park home run, with adrenaline pumping I did not notice pain in my leg until after running the bases, so I feel that I either re-injured or did not give it time to heal. I did however give it a rest those three weeks. My question is, is there a proper way to athleticaly tape my thigh and wear compression shorts to stop future injuries and allow myself to play more games this summer? thanks for any help

Posted By Chris on June 01, 2007 at 19:41:10:

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