Where Is the Tensor fasciae latae?
The Tensor Fasciae Latae is located on the side of the pelvis. Even though it's located on the side of the hip it's origin is more towards the front.
Thick fascia covers the outer surface of the muscle.
The gluteus medius is located directly under the gluteus maximus.
What are the Symptoms of a Tensor fasciae latae Tear or strain?
Pain in the front side area of the pelvis when stepping forward or lifting the leg sideways away from the body.
What is The Function of the Tensor fasciae latae?
The Tensor fasciae latae stabilizes your pelvis at the sides. It aids in lifting your leg up and also outward.
Origin and Insertion of Tensor fasciae latae
Anterior Illiac Crest.
Lateral condyle of the tibia.
Stretches for the Tensor fasciae latae muscle
Strengthen the Tensor fasciae latae muscle