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Groin pain, tight short muscle, pelvis unbalance. Treatment?

I am a 42 year old female who has had pain in the right groin for nearly a year i am seeing a physiotharipst who says that I have a tight short muscle due to pressure I am doing streching excercises to lengthen the muscle have also been told that my pelvis is unbalcend how did this happen and what has caused this.
Asked On : Tue, 27 Mar 2012
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Hello Lakhouane2. There are many causes for pelvic unbalancing. Any time that you fall, you can cause an imbalance. The tendons and ligaments become stretched or shortened depending on the mechanism of fall. For example, if you fall and land on your right buttock, you may develop issues in which your right hip is higher than the left hip. This imbalance can lead to shortening of muscles due to the ligaments. It may be difficult to get the muscle to stretch unless the pelvis is re-balanced.

Be well, Dr. Kimberly
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