Groin pain during exercise

Gilmores Groin

Inguinal Disruption (Gilmore’s Groin)

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

Iliopsoas Bursitis & Inflammation

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

Osteitis Pubis

Osteitis Pubis

Osteitis pubis, also known now as pubic bone stress injury, results in groin pain originating from the pubic bones at the front of the pelvis. The pain can come on gradually and will likely be

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