As we’ve mentioned in previous blogs, the source of pain isn’t always the same place as where the pain presents itself – it can be referred pain from somewhere else. When it comes to groin pain this can sometimes be caused by problems in the lower back. The anatomy of the spine The spine is …..
Next in our series of blogs looking at groin pain, this time it’s hip impingement. Unlike the problems covered in our last two blogs (here and here), hip impingement is to do with the bones rather than muscle strains or tears. What is a hip impingement problem? Hip impingement (or femoroacetabular impingement/FAI) is related to …..
Groin strain In this next series of blogs we look at the injuries that can cause groin pain. First up, we look at what a groin strain is or as it is more correctly called, an adductor strain. There are three adductor muscles and the image above shows where on the body they are located. Their …..