Gilmore’s groin was first identified in 1980 by Consultant Surgeon Mr Jerry Gilmore, as a cause of longstanding, chronic groin pain. Symptoms Symptoms of Gilmore’s groin often develop and progress gradually over time and include:
Iliopsoas bursitis and Iliopsoas tendon inflammation have similar symptoms of gradual onset pain, deep in the groin. The bursa is a small sack of fluid that reduces friction between the tendon and bone. Symptoms Iliopsoas
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