Front and Inner Thigh Pain | QUADRATUS LUMBORUM: This powerful muscle covers most of the lower back and runs from the lowest rib to the top of the pelvis. Its trigger points tend to send pain downward to the hip and buttock area, though it may also spread to the upper frontal thigh. The trigger point at the blue X in this diagram corresponds with the pain pattern indicated by the blue shading, and the red X produces the pain pattern shown by the red shading
Front and Inner Thigh Pain | Adductor Longus and Adductor Brevis: These muscles run from the bottom of the pelvis to the upper, rear surface of the thigh bone. Contracting these muscles brings the thigh toward the midline of the body (adduction). The X’s in this diagram show the general location of trigger points that form when this muscle is irritated.
Front and Inner Thigh Pain | Pectineus: This is the uppermost of the inner thigh muscles. It is located just below the crease of the groin. The red shading shows its pain pattern, which is felt as a sharp or dull pain near the groin that may spread to the inner and frontal thigh area