- Compression of lateral femoral cutaneous nerve.
- This Nerve supplies sensation to the front and side of the thigh.
- Pain on outer thigh, which may extend down to the outer side of knee.
- Burning, Aching, Tingling, Stabbing/Numbness in the thigh.
- Symptoms on only one side of the body.
- Worse pain when thigh is touched lightly.
- Worse pain after walking/standing for long periods of time.
- Aching in the groin area that may spread to the buttock.
- Lateral cutaneous nerve compressed/pinched.
- The nerve passes through groin under the enguina ligament. Increase the pressure on the groin including
- Tight clothing such as belts and corsets
- Obesity/weight gain
- Scar tissues near inguinal ligament due to injury/part surgery
- Stretching and strengthening exercise for leg muscles.
- Ultrasound therapy.
- Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation.
- Lungs exercise.
- Cat and cow exercise.
- Gluteal bridging.