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Hamstring strain

Hamstring strain: Firstly it is important to understand that except for trauma an injury sustained from sport/activity will only affect the biarticular muscle/ muscle groups

For example in a calf strain it will only ever be the gastrocnemius muscle that is affected as opposed to the soleus as this muscle goes over two joints- this is important as the larger biarticular muscles are typically superficial, it is also important in regards to diagnosis and knowing appropriate strength and conditioning programmes for rehabilitation


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