A-Z of Injuries

Hip & Groin - Grion Strain

A Ssrain of the adductor muscle is considered a groin strain and mainly occurs in football. This tear usually occurs when the muscle on the inside of the thigh is overstretched beyond its limits.

Signs & symptoms:

  • Pain, tightness or cramp in the inner thigh
  • Pain when kicking a ball and turning
  • If severe pain on walking

The immediate treatment includes POLICE, protect, optimal loading, ice, compression and elevation. Depending on the severity of the tear it can take up to 6 weeks to recover.

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