Stephen Bird

Good question Nat. At anatomy day we could measure the anatomy and only about 10 – 15mm of the area directly behind the ASIS is populated by TFL origin and posterior to that is just the ITB overlying the G-Med origin.
So I go for 15mm then call it “ITB / G-Med origin”
It is a good diagnosis and not that uncommon.
The patient knows where they have pain !

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