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Hip Flexors and Femoral Nerve Entrapment

Updated: Jan 13, 2020

Sometimes therapists can mistake femoral nerve problems with tight psoas and rectus femoris muscles (hip flexors). The latter is quite common in today's flexion dominant society, but it is quite easy to check for femoral nerve entrapment and treatment is straightforward as well. Linked below is a side lying technique that helps to treat this condition, and also a home retraining exercise that can be performed by clients to maintain the therapeutic work done.






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