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Old 09-17-2010, 02:26 PM   #7
Steven Low
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Well, MRI should have been done with contrast if they wanted to look at the labrum.

I would suggest hitting up some of the stretches in the KStar mobility if that's the case if there's really no labrum or bony issues:

Most likely it's internal impingement of the hip much like the shoulder can gets internally impinged in a lot of throwing athletes.

I would suggest stretchin both ER and IR (here's IR -- ); ER you can do with piriformis stretch or the KStar stuff.

And then also tennis/lacrosse balling the soft tissues in your quads, IT band, hamstring, glutes, especially glute medius/minimus and tensor fasciae latae
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