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Groin Pain

Acute groin pain is usually relatively straightforward to diagnose. Chronic groin pain however, is a more common presentation and can be caused by a number of factors. This symptom occurs frequently in sports involving twisting and turning such as football or netball. There are a number of bursae contained within the groin and many of these are susceptible to overuse and inflammatory change.

In patients with groin pain it is vital to localise the area of abnormality. There are many reasons for possible groin pain arising from:

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