Thigh Pain

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. On this page: Groin strain Hernia Direct trauma to the groin (in men) …

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Buttock pain

Buttock Pain

Buttock Pain

Buttock pain is more common in athletes involved in sports which include sprinting and kicking. Pain usually develops gradually over time but can also occur suddenly in the case of muscle strains. Often buttock pain is related to or as a result of an injury elsewhere such as the lower back.

Thigh pain

Thigh Pain

Thigh pain & thigh injuries

Most thigh injuries are sudden onset or acute, such as a thigh strain, groin strain or hamstring strain. Chronic thigh pain occurs gradually over time where the patient cannot identify a specific point of injury, or it may develop following an acute injury which fails to heal.