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Ischiocapsular Sprain

Ischiocapsular Sprain

The hip is a ball-and-socket type of joint, with the head of the femur as the "ball" and the cup-like space of the pelvis as the "socket." The ischiocapsular ligament keeps the head of the femur in the socket of the pelvis. A healthy hip joint is very strong and difficult to injure but overuse or a direct force from a fall can potentially injure the muscles and ligaments of the joint. When the ischiocapsular ligament is sprained, pain and stiffness will be felt throughout the hip joint. BioSkin Compression Shorts deliver pain-relieving compression to the injured area, promoting blood flow to speed recovery and enhance performance.