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The groin is situated in the inside of the upper leg. Muscles of the groin pull the leg inwards. Pain in the groin is often the result of a groin muscle strain.



Therapist performing passive stretches to the groin musclesAbove: Therapist performing passive stretches to the groin muscles



The most common groin injuries the physiotherapists at Physio.co.uk see are:


Deep tissue massage of the muscle and connective tissues around the hip and groin.Above: Deep tissue massage of the muscle and connective tissues around the hip and groin.






Progressive strengthening hip exercises supervised by experienced therapistAbove: Progressive strengthening hip exercises supervised by experienced therapist



Other less common injuries we treat are:


Progressive strengthening hip exercises supervised by experienced therapistAbove: Progressive strengthening hip exercises supervised by experienced therapist