Posted: 06/11/2012 at 02:40
Hello Community Members,
After a long day of hard work or of standing in place, it isn't unusual for your leg muscles to have pains that don't seem to go away quickly. Some careful targeted stretching could alleviate these pains, even if they are deep in the tissue. Some overlooked leg muscles and tissues are the proformas, the iliotibial band, and the hamstrings. Upper leg pain can be caused by any number of problems, depending on the location. However, most pain is usually tendon- or muscle-related. Treatment to stop upper leg or thigh pain usually includes a combination of rest, ice, heat, medication and exercise.