Hip flexor strain - aftercarePulled hip flexor - aftercare; Hip flexor injury - aftercare; Hip flexor tear - aftercare; Iliopsoas strain - aftercare; Strained iliopsoas muscle - aftercare; Torn iliopsoas muscle - aftercare; Psoas strain - aftercare
The hip flexors are a group of muscles toward the front of the hip. They help you move, or flex, your leg and knee up towards your body.
A hip flexor strain occurs when one or more of the hip flexor muscles becomes stretched or torn.
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