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L Hip/Pelvis, Other

2008-11-19 – 2009-01-07

Grade: 2

"Femoral anteversion", basically my thigh bone is tilted too far forward, which means that my whole leg is rotated inwards. When I run, my peroneal muscles (which control the direction of the foot) have to compensate a lot to be "right", there is not much I can do about this except it is also worsened by my weak "gluteous medius" (just behind the top of the thigh bone) so I have to strengthen them, which should help

update: 4/12
Now my hip hurts when I run