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Wednesday, 14 March 2018

Having pain at the groin area? Acupuncture can help

The groin is the area of the hip between the inner, upper thigh and lower abdomen. Five muscles (adductor brevis, adductor longus, adductor magnus, gracilis and pectineus) from the thigh originated here. Four abdominal muscle including transverses abdominis, rectus abdominis, external oblique and internal oblique muscles end there. Pain can develop in groin. Groin pain can be mild discomfort to severe pain. The most common cause of groin pain is muscle, tendon or ligament strain during exercise such as running, skating, kicking in soccer, or playing basketball or during doing work such as lifting, pushing, or pulling heavy objects. Groin pain may occur soon after an injury and it can also have swelling and bruising. The pain may come on gradually over a period of time: weeks or even months. The pain may be worsened by continued use of the injured area. Overuse is another common cause for groin pain. This often happens when you do too much an activity or repeat the same activity day after day. It put too much stress on the area and can lead to muscle strains or tears or may cause swelling.

There are many other conditions which can cause groin pain, such as a bone fracture, a hernia, kidney stones, bladder infections, prostatitis or a testicle condition.

Groin pain not caused by an injury to the groin may be coming from other parts of the body such as leg muscles, ligments and tendons injury.

If you have groin pain, you need to see doctor and get it checked out. If the groin pain is caused by muscle, tendon and ligament strain, acupuncture is very effective to reduce the pain.

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