I looked through your articles and don't see any discussion on Sartorius strains or injuries. I have a student that complains of pain at the knee and front of the hip - she's been to two physician specialists to rule out any anatomical anomalies, and there are none. She's also run through a series of physical therapy by a "dance injury" doctor of physical therapy.
At first, I thought she might have a chronically inflamed psoas, but with a "tucked" under pelvic alignment, I'm ruling that out as she complains of pain with attitude devant, developpe devant, and ronds de jambe en l'air.
Her spine is a "reverse" curve in that the lumbar spine curves outward and the thoracic spine is fairly flat. We've run her through the Front Splits Fast program and yoga program with little relief. We've tested her turnout from the prone position and she shows about a 50-degree range of motion both inward and outward. Her parents and I are puzzled about what to do next.
Could you please post some comments on Sartorius strain and causes and solutions?
Thank you very much,