Re: groin pain

I think your groin pain may be frelated to either
a) pube dysfnction
b) adductor strain which may be the cause of either imbalances in lower extrimity muscles or leg length deficiency.

I would suggest you to see a physical therapist for a thorough Spinal and lower extremity evaluation.

I recently had a patient with groin and inner thigh tightness. The cause of tightness was a shorter leg length on the opposite side. A heel lift on the shorter side corrected the imbalance and tightness was resolved within less than a week of using heel lift.

Pallavi Jain
Physical therapist.

Posted By Pallavi Jain on May 05, 2007 at 10:22:30:

In Reply to: groin pain posted by Josh Miller on April 29, 2007 at 21:35:01:

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