A 57-year-old female presents to clinic with 2 weeks of left-sided groin pain. The patient states that the pain started after tripping off the front steps of her house. She says the pain feels sharp and believes she may have a hernia. Physical examination does not reveal any masses nor protrusion with Valsalva maneuver. The patient has full range of motion of her left hip but does endorse pain with internal rotation. Osteopathic structural examination reveals that the left PSIS moves first and furthest when the patient is asked to touch her toes from a standing position. Examination also reveals that the right ASIS is more superior when compared to the left and the left PSIS is more superior when compared to the right. Given this patient’s history and physical examination findings, which of the following is the most likely diagnosis?