Groin Pain

Buttock pain

Buttock Pain

Often buttock pain is related to or as a result of an injury elsewhere such as the lower back. Pain usually develops gradually over time, but can also occur suddenly in the case of muscle strains or sciatic nerve related injuries. Sacroiliac joint pain The Sacroiliac joint is located at the bottom and just to …

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Groin pain

Groin Pain

Groin pain can occur suddenly or may develop gradually over time. The most common cause of acute groin pain (sudden onset) is a groin strain. Gradual onset or chronic groin pain may have many causes including tendon inflammation, hernia or Gilmore’s groin. Groin strain A groin strain is a tear or rupture to any of …

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Hip pain

Hip Pain

Hip pain in sportsmen and women often often occurs in conjunction with, or is related to chronic groin pain. Here we explain the common causes of hip pain in sport. On this page: Front of the hip (anterior hip pain) Outside of the hip (lateral hip pain) When should I see a doctor? Hip pain …

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Groin strain exercises

Groin Strain Exercises

Groin strain rehabilitation exercises should include stretching, strengthening and sports specific exercises. On this page: Introduction & expert interview Groin strain stretching exercises Groin strain strengthening exercises Always seek professional advice before starting a rehabilitation program. The exercises below should form part of a full groin strain rehab program. Introduction to groin strain exercises Professional …

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