Groin Pain

Buttock pain

Buttock Pain

Buttock pain causes include Piriformis syndrome, Sacroiliac joint pain, Tendonitis, Bursitis and referred pain from the spine. Sacroiliac joint pain The Sacroiliac joint is located at the bottom and just to the side of the …

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Groin pain

Groin Pain

Common injuries causing groin pain include groin muscle strain, adductor tendonitis, hernia and bursitis, as well as contusions from direct trauma, especially men. Pain may also be referred from the lower back and/or hip. Medically …

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Groin muscles

Adductor Tendonitis

Groin inflammation or adductor tendonitis occurs when the adductor muscles in the groin become inflamed or degenerate through overuse. Symptoms of groin inflammation Symptoms include: Diagnosis Specific tests a professional therapist might do include resisted …

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Hip pain

Hip Pain

Hip pain in sportsmen and women often occurs in conjunction with or is related to chronic groin pain. Here we explain the common causes of hip pain in sports. Select the location of your hip …

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