Please see the index below for a list of all our articles on Leg Injuries.

If you are new to the subject, we recommend starting with: Acute Hamstring Tears

Causes of hip pain are typically diagnosed with the help of imaging tests. Learn the differences between X-rays, MRIs, and arthrograms.
An acute injury to a hamstring muscle can occur anywhere, but most commonly it occurs in the middle of the muscle where the tendon and muscle tissues intersect.

People who participate in intense physical training, such as runners, cyclists, and military recruits, are most susceptible to IT band syndrome. They may notice a sharp pain that comes and goes at the outside of the knee. Over time, the pain may become more pronounced.

A doctor can usually diagnose IT band syndrome after a patient interview and physical examination.
IT band problems typically cause sharp knee pain that is concentrated in one location at the outside of the knee. The pain may be mild at first and become more noticeable over time.
Labral tears are a common injury for athletes. Learn the symptoms of and treatments available for athletic labral tear injuries.
Given the relatively high prevalence of hamstring re-injury, it is important to consider preventative measures prior to and following hamstring strains.