OBTURATOR NERVE ENTRAPMENT
Obturator nerve entrapment is when the obturator nerve becomes trapped as it passes through the inner thigh by muscles and tissues.
Entrapment of the obturator nerve can be caused if the nerve becomes adhered to the muscles and tissues of the inner thigh. These adhesions may limit the amount that the nerve can slide forwards and backwards during movement of the leg. This lack of sliding may overstretch the nerve at the site of the adhesions, causing interference in the signals being transmitted by the nerve. The obturator nerve may also become trapped if the muscles and tissues of the inner thigh are excessively tight.
- Pain felt in the groin, usually during exercise.
- pain radiates down the inner thigh.
- reduced range of movement
- EMG- electromyography
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- Zincum met