Nancy, in this situation, the only thing I can conclude given the data you have provided is that you have a myofascial restriction of some sort. I will say that a good functional assessment of your movement patterns is in order to determine where exactly you are tight and restricted. It is not uncommon for a restriction in one tissue to manifest as tightness in another. For example, if your hip flexor is restricted, you might have your quad working to compensate for the shortened Psoas and the psoas might itself be referring pain into the quad. You need to see a therapist who understands function and who can perform a series of functional movement screens on your body to determine which structure is tight and which one lose so that you can tackle the pain intelligently. If you look over my blog at www.srcpt.com/blog, you will find a blog about the hip flexor mechanism that I wrote in December of 2008. I hope this helps.