Please see the index below for a list of all our articles on Groin Injuries.

If you are new to the subject, we recommend starting with: Groin Strain and Injury

Common groin injuries include strains, hernias, and tendonitis, often resulting from sports activities or overuse.

Groin injury treatments include rest, ice, and physical therapy. Severe cases may require surgery.

Diagnosing groin pain involves physical examination, imaging, and medical history to identify the underlying cause for appropriate treatment.

Groin strain, common in sports, causes adductor muscle pain; recovery involves rest, ice, and physical therapy.

Sports hernia results from repetitive stress or sudden movements, common in athletes. Risk factors include inadequate warm-up and muscle imbalances.

Sports hernia treatment involves rest, physical therapy, and, in severe cases, surgical repair to alleviate groin pain and restore athletic function.