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Groin Pain

Groin pain occurs in the inner thigh between the abdomen and the leg. It commonly occurs when too much strain is placed on the muscles, particularly in sports involving running, jumping and sudden changes of direction leading to muscle tearing. 

Gilmores Groin or Sportsman Hernia is a cuase of groin pain. It involves the lower abdominal muscles and the muscle tendons in the groin. Physio can identify the cause of the groin pain and will lead to a tailored treatment programme.  


Pelvic organ prolapse occurs when the supporting structures of the pelvic organs become weakened, allowing one or more of the pelvic organs to bulge into, or protrude from the vagina or rectum.

A physiotherapy assessment of the pelvic organ prolapse enables a targeted approach to pelvic floor exercise and lifestyle modifications. 

This treatment is recommended as a first line treatment in the NICE guidelines (2019).