Did research on bike fit and every website says something different. Especially as to how to determine proper saddle height. One says as long as you're not rocking your hips it's not too high, but you can still end up stretching too much during the pedal stroke even if your hips aren't rocking.
Another page on the same website said when pedaling with your heels you should lower the seat until your hips don't rock. Problem is, they don't make mention of which type of footwear this applies to. My cycling shoes have at least 1/2" less heel than my other shoes, and 1/2" makes an enormous difference in just about any area of bike fit.
Some websites discuss leg length discrepancies, but some fail to mention how underdeveloped muscle groups can lead to stress in different areas as well. The ones that give info on stretches do, however, but those are few and far between.
It's all very confusing. I did end up lowering my seat and setting the cleats a smidgen forward. I hope that helps.
Taking an nsaid, icing the affected areas, and starting a stretching regime. I've been taking it easy on the bike but I'm strongly considering just taking a week off. I thought I could just change the fit and take it easy as the pain isn't going away quickly enough. I spend all day at work stomping about on a tile/concrete floor too. Doesn't help.
Man, I really don't want to ride the bus!!! Argh...