Hamstring injuries.

Abstract

Hamstring injuries are a frequent injury in athletes. Proximal injuries are common, ranging from strain to complete tear. Strains are managed nonoperatively, with rest followed by progressive stretching and strengthening. Reinjury is a concern. High grade complete tears are better managed surgically, with reattachment to the injured tendon or ischial tuberosity. Distal hamstring injury is usually associated with other knee injuries, and isolated injury is rare.

Cite this paper

@article{Ropiak2012HamstringI, title={Hamstring injuries.}, author={Christopher R Ropiak and Joseph A . Bosco}, journal={Bulletin of the NYU hospital for joint diseases}, year={2012}, volume={70 1}, pages={41-8} }