I have a torn rectus femoris from AIIS as well as significant anterior and lateral heterotrophic ossification for past year. The soreness in the area of the tear has increased and I have noticed a frequent amount of vibrations in my leg muscles as well as soreness in my muscles too.
I read your concern. As you tried with conservative management and still have not much improvement, I suggest you try an orthopedic surgeon's opinion on the reattachment of rectus femoris surgically. Keep working on your glute and hamstring strength and core stability exercises. I would recommend you not to indulge in any activity like kicking and running (I know you will not do as pain limits the movements). Do not do any kind of activity that requires you to exert your quadriceps too much as this may worsen the situation. This includes a certain position of the leg as well. Fix up an appointment with an orthopedic surgeon as soon as possible and get evaluated and surgically fixed. Until then keep icing it to avoid pain and spasm which will help you to maintain your current situation and prevents it from worsening.
.. sorry to hear about your injury. The good news is that there are many modalities available for AC joint injuries (acromioclavicular joint), which are showing promising results.
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As you had this injury persisting from 2 years now, I will advise getting a proper examination with the physiotherapist you been seeing for now and provide me the reports. Read full
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