Femoral nerve entrapment?

by Robert
(Santa maria ca )


Femoral nerve entrapment traditionally radiates to the front of the thigh, inner knee and medial lower leg. A hip condition can mimic it; both can cause groin pain.

Severe pain in groin sometimes into right testicle with severe si joint pain and buttock and low back pain.

Yes, that's possible, but to be sure it's not a hip condition, pull your knee to the chest, the opposite shoulder, make a circle and then drop the knee into the lotus position. Do any of those reproduce the groin pain?

Dr B



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