Groin Injury: Football Player Enemy & How To Take Care of Groin Injury
Groin injuries are also often faced by football players because of the fast tempo of the game in football.
The groin is part of the muscles that are at the base of the thigh.
Groin injuries usually occur due to part or all of the muscles that are at the base of the thighs.
The basic muscle function is to stabilise the pelvis and the legs to move towards the centre line of the body.
Groin muscle is very active when walking especially when you want to change the direction and kick it when it feels.
- You will feel sick when you want to lift your knee.
- Also painful and painful on the groin side and also on the inside of the thigh.
- Pain when you bring your legs together.
- The sound is ‘pop’ or feels cramped during injury and is followed by severe pain.
How to diagnose groin injury?
At Groin injury specialist clinic, our doctors normally examine patient through:
3 Levels that can be identified for groin injury
Stage 1 – Experiencing pain and strength or movement is limited.
Stage 2– Experiencing pain and experiencing some damage to tissue.
Stage 3– Experiencing pain and loss of function and muscles are completely torn.
MRIs and X-rays need to be done to identify the problem of injury and to avoid any other problems that may arise from groin injury.
Groin Injury Treatment
According to our Groin injury Specialist, usually the groin will heal itself. You just have to spend more time to rest. What are others treatments for groin injury that can speed up the healing process?
At groin injury specialist clinic, the treatments for groin injury are:
- Place the ice on the inside of the thigh to reduce the pain and swelling experienced. – The specialist also recommend doing it for 20 to 30 minutes every 3 to 4 hours for 2 to 3 days or until the pain disappears.
- Stress your thighs by using kinesio tape which are now widely sold in the market.
- Taking anti-inflammatory pain medication which will help with pain and swelling.
- Stretching exercises and exercises strengthen the groin muscles including groin injury physiotherapy.
- If this groin injury continues, surgery may be recommended for severe and chronic groin injury.
Recovery time of groin injury
Recovery time of groin injury depends on the serious level of the groin you are facing. It may take four to six weeks, but it’s just a rough estimate.
Having groin injury? Looking for groin injury specialist clinic and effective treatment for groin injury? Call 64762106 or SMS 84998384 for an appointment with Groin Pain Specialist Singapore.