Chronic groin pain

The ‘big three’ when considering ongoing chronic groin pain are:

  • adductor tendinopathy (disease of the tendon, either inflammation or damage to a tendon)
  • osteitis pubis (injury to the cartilaginous joint of the pubic symphysis), and
  • inguinal (sportsman’s) hernia

It is not uncommon to see two or even all three of these conditions co-existing at the same time. However, there still exists a myriad of other conditions that may be affecting the groin area.

The examination needs to focus on the groin, hip & sacroiliac areas. I’ll teach you the best way to improve strength and inhibition of the adductor muscles.

You’ll need to learn proper stretches and strength training . 

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