If you are experiencing pain from what you think is a groin pull, you may want to have this evaluated by a physician specializing in CORE MUSCLE INJURIES AND SPORTS HERNIAS.
Symptoms of SPORTS HERNIAS include:
– Chronic or acute pain in the groin and/or the inner thigh
– Pain after exertion
– Difficulty or pain on walking
If you have these symptoms and have been evaluated and told that you do not have a hernia and have been told to “rest” you should be evaluated by a physician who specializes in this area.
Treatment of SPORTS HERNIA:
If the diagnosis of SPORTS HERNIA is made, it may require a trial of rest, anti-inflammatory medication and Physical Therapy. If this does not completely alleviate the issue a surgical repair may be suggested.The type of procedure is very individual and Dr. Iraci will suggest what he feels will benefit you given your specific condition.
What is Adductor Tendinopathy? Adductor Tendinopathy occurs when there is damage to the tendons of the adductor muscles. The adductor muscles are located in the