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Symptoms of a torn hamstring or hamstring injury include severe and sudden pain during activity or exercise that is accompanied by a popping or snapping feeling, according to WebMD. Patients may also experience tendernes... More »

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Symptoms of a torn hamstring typically include a sudden, sharp pain while engaging in physical activity followed by swelling and bruising within a few hours or a few days, according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic... More »

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The recovery time for a torn hamstring takes between three and six months for surgery and rehabilitation, according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. Distal hamstring tears, meaning that the hamstring tear... More »

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Symptoms of a torn hamstring typically include a sudden, sharp pain while engaging in physical activity followed by swelling and bruising within a few hours or a few days, according to the American Academy of Orthopaedic... More »

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Symptoms of a sprained ankle may include pain, swelling, tenderness and bruising at the injury site, according to WebMD. Individuals with severely sprained ankles also may have difficulty walking or maintaining balance. ... More »

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Symptoms of a full-thickness tendon tear vary depending on the location of the injury, but typically involve pain, weakness and inability to use the injured extremity, according to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surg... More »

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Inflammation, swelling, bruising, and mild, moderate or intense pain are symptoms of a strained or torn muscle, according to WebMD. Strains occur when a person pulls or twists a muscle or tendon, and they frequently occu... More »

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