Hamstring strain is the result of damage to one or more of the hamstring muscles.  It is a common injury in sports that involve frequent sprinting or jumping such as track & field, football and soccer.  Symptoms of a hamstring strain include a sharp pain in the back of the thigh, pain when bending forward with straightened knees, and, in some cases, swelling and difficulty walking.

To treat a hamstring strain, manual therapies may include one, or a combination of, the following:

ART (Active Release Technique)

Trigger Point Dry Needling

Chiropractic Manipulation/Mobilization

Corrective Exercise