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Dislocated hip while kickboxing. Having jiggly muscle behind thigh. Tore hamstring?

A few weeks ago, I was kick boxing and think I dislocated my hip. I believe it popped back in but has been very sore behind my buttock. It was getting better until something startled me , I moved the wrong way, and felt a pull and heard a loud pop!!! And now the muscle behind my thigh ( hamstring ) is jiggly/sloshy, and I can hardley bare weight on my leg. Are the two injuries related? Do you think I tore my hamstring?
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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Orthopaedic Surgeon, Joint Replacement 's  Response
Jul 2013
Hi, thanks for writing to HCM.

An xray of the involved Hip joint is mandatory to diagnose a dislocation and MRI scan of the thigh will rule out the presence of soft tissue injury either in the muscles, tendons etc.

So, a detailed clinical examination will provide a clue for the diagnosis.

I suggest you to consult an orthopedic surgeon for further evaluation and management.

Hope this information is helpful. Good day
Answered: Thu, 10 Oct 2013
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