Is your groin or hip pain getting in the way of your health and fitness goals?
Have you been experiencing pain in the inner thigh, groin or hip region? If you have had the pain for a while, than you may have noticed a slow decline in your ability to train and recover without pain. If the pain is deep within the groin, you may have questioned if you have osteitis pubis.
The truth is that groin and hip pain can become complex injuries if left untreated. It is important that you seek out a Physiotherapist who can help you with your pain otherwise it can continue to cause issues for years to come. At our clinic we have helped hundreds of people with hip and groin pain. If you are experiencing hip or groin pain then we are offering:
- Expert Physiotherapy verbal and physical assessment to figure out where your pain is coming from
- Hands on treatment to help relieve pain (we won’t just put a heat pack on you and leave the room)
- Clear explanation of return to sport guidelines and exercises you must be doing
- Ongoing support until you return to sport or activity
Do you require rehabilitation for a current groin or hip injury? Download our $50 Physiotherapy voucher (Save over 75%) below and book into your initial appointment:
“Studies show that risk factors for groin pain include previous history of groin injury, weakened adductor muscles (inner thigh muscle), reduced pre – season training as well as weakness in the trunk and core musculature.”
What are the indicators that you have an ongoing groin problem?
Usually groin pain can occur due to a sudden onset, usually due to a muscle strain. The most common will be an adductor (groin) strain in which there is pain on the inside of the leg, usually brought on during sprinting or changing of direction. Otherwise if you have had pain in the groin for some time you may be experiencing any of the following which will require that you seek out a Physiotherapist for treatment:
- Deep pain within the groin or pubic region
- Pain which is not relieved by stretching
- Pain which can warm up with activity and then return following rest
- Reduced ability to run and accelerate with speed
- Reduced power in the leg during kicking
What do I need to do to reduce my hip and groin pain?
First thing first you will need an assessment from an expert Physiotherapist. If you would like to learn more about us and to book into an appointment, please click here. In order for your hip or groin pain to reduce you will then be prescribed a series of exercises, specific to your current situation, goals and recreational activity you perform. Overall you will need to:
- Improve lumbopelvic stability – Stability and control around the hips and pelvis
- Strengthen surrounding muscles including those glutes!
- Reduce areas of increase tone and tension within the muscles
- Ensure your exercises are performed pain free
- Modify your current activity to ensure your pain does not progress
The hip and groin pain we can help you with include:
- Osteitis pubis
- Trochanteric bursitis/ greater trochanteric pain syndrome
- Gluteal tendinopathy
- Proximal hamstring strains and tendinopathy
- Adductor and groin pain (acute or chronic)
- Pain on the outside of the hip and gluteal region
- Hamstring strains
- Hip osteoarthritis
- Hip impingement (femero-acetabular impingement) (FAI Syndrome)
- Labral tears
- ITB Friction syndrome
- Hip flexor muscle strain
Our Promises to you
We promise to reduce your pain significantly within 3 sessions or less or your money back guaranteed.
We promise to figure out what is causing your pain and to provide a clear explanation on how to resolve it so that it never returns.
We promise to give you ongoing support through your recovery to ensure you stay on track and make a full recovery. We want you to get back doing the things you love.
We promise to provide you with adequate, pain relieving, hands on treatment (when required). We don’t believe in using old fashioned Physiotherapy machines such as TENS and Ultrasound.
Book your initial appointment below and you will receive:
- Expert Physiotherapy verbal and physical assessment to figure out what is causing your hip or groin pain
- Pain relieving hands on treatment (No old fashioned and out dated machines)
- Clear explanation of what is causing your groin or hip pain and how to resolve it
- Corrective exercise program to improve strength, range of motion and to resolve pain
- Free coconut water and fruit!
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