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It is important to remember that this forum does NOT diagnose any condition.  It is pretty much impossible to give a complete and accurate diagnosis without:
1. seeing the patient or traceur,
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Any reply consisting of "I had that" or "It is this, because I have it", will be immediately bashed for:
1.  Not reading this thread
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3. Misdiagnosis and likely committing some form of malpractic, practicing medicine without a license.
Any information or advice given is not to be interpreted as diagnosis, or statements of causality, conditions should be evaluated by a licensed practitioner of Chiropractic or Medical Doctor IN PERSON.  Therefore treatment recommendation should be considered similarly and bears no consequence to me.

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Re: Giving Advice/Diagnosis. Read first before replying to threads!
« Reply #1 on: September 13, 2009, 04:59:59 PM »
Hey so i recently hurt my hip somehow and im gonna go get it checked out but before i see the doctor, im trying to figure out if i got it from parkour or something else i did.

when i moved to san francisco i started doing more parkour than usual.  The only high jumps i did were about 3 times from heights of about 10-15 ft.  and i rolled properly each time except once.  I was focussing more on precision jumps and wall climbs than anything else.

the injury itself: basically, its my left hip (i am a righty not a lefty) and when i lift my left leg high, or spread my legs accross a large gap or over something thats groin lever, it kind of locks up and gives me a shooting pain.

now before it started really acting up i was doing a lot of walking (i still kindof am) and i started playing soccer again (ive stopped since my hip started up).  does this sound like a parkour injury that any of u hav heard of before or is it likely because of all the walking i was/am doing.  i just need an opinion, not a professional diagnosis.  thanks a bunch

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Re: Giving Advice/Diagnosis. Read first before replying to threads!
« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2009, 08:38:55 AM »
Stop taking big drops!

It really sounds like piriformis syndrome or some other muscle cramping. Possibly an injury. Too hard to tell.
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« Reply #3 on: September 14, 2009, 10:54:14 AM »
do u got any outer injury or like discoloration? u should get a pic. and get that checked so u know u didnt mess anything up to bad
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« Reply #4 on: September 16, 2009, 11:33:01 PM »
Stop taking big drops!

I don't take them that often.  maybe once or twice every week or two tops.  and i have correct form 99% of the time.  i practice on small jumps to make sure i dont mess up. 

I measured the couple drops i took, it was about 9-10 onto grass.

also, there is no outside discoloration.
if i had had to make a guess, i would say it was the joint.

but does this sound like something you guys have heard of happening before

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« Reply #5 on: September 17, 2009, 05:46:39 AM »
it might be stained, get checked. n the mean time slowly strech that area or messauge it.

-also after ur better try it from the same height u got injured that way u dont build upon any mental block. so, some people wont do shit if they know its has hurt them before. ull also get use to the drop.
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« Reply #6 on: September 19, 2009, 02:02:13 PM »
i recently suffered from a groin injury. i have injured this same muscle before in baseball and it was diagnosed as a pulled muscle. i did not go to the doctor because of this. i would apply heat for about a hour with a heating pad on med(being careful for my package) and then strech gently. i heated before bed always to reduce the tightness and pain when i woke up, but generally these injuries are fully healed(to the point where i will train) in no less than 5 or 6 days! i am no doctor, but please becarful down there as the muscles conecting your legs to your pelvis are quite important!

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« Reply #7 on: September 19, 2009, 02:24:47 PM »
it might be stained, get checked. n the mean time slowly strech that area or messauge it.

-also after ur better try it from the same height u got injured that way u dont build upon any mental block. so, some people wont do shit if they know its has hurt them before. ull also get use to the drop.

thanks man

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« Reply #8 on: June 12, 2012, 11:06:11 PM »
Lately when I do speed vaults over picnic tables or do wall runs, a certain part of my foot hurts. It's the point on the ball of my foot directly under my big toe. I realize it's because this is where I land from the vaults and that it's where my foot pushes off the wall, but am I doing it wrong? Should I try to push with the entire ball of my foot instead of just this bit? It feels like there's a bruise about an inch under my big toe, just on the ball of my foot. It goes away after I don't do anything for a day or two but it really messes with my training. Any advice or recommendations or anything like that would be appreciated a ton, thanks.

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« Reply #9 on: June 13, 2012, 09:36:21 AM »
Lately when I do speed vaults over picnic tables or do wall runs, a certain part of my foot hurts. It's the point on the ball of my foot directly under my big toe. I realize it's because this is where I land from the vaults and that it's where my foot pushes off the wall, but am I doing it wrong? Should I try to push with the entire ball of my foot instead of just this bit? It feels like there's a bruise about an inch under my big toe, just on the ball of my foot. It goes away after I don't do anything for a day or two but it really messes with my training. Any advice or recommendations or anything like that would be appreciated a ton, thanks.

The weight for the most part is going to shift towards the first ray/great toe during any type of sprinting/jumping movement

if you're having some issues with constant pain and whatnot then I would suggest you get it checked out by an orthopedic doc to rule out things
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« Reply #10 on: September 14, 2012, 07:01:38 AM »
Thanks for posting such informative content. Keep posting

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« Reply #11 on: August 18, 2019, 02:03:52 AM »
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