Acute and chronic inguinal pain is a complicated medical issue that can have several causes. The most frequent causes of groin injuries in athletes are inflammation of the adduction neck, the soft groin and the pubic inflammation. These ailments can lead to the inability to exercise one’s sport or in a worst case scenario retirement from the sports career, which is why they should be diagnosed and treated as quickly as possible. The causes are often very complex, frequently triggered by the back, the hip, the inguinal nerves, or the pelvic organs. Therefore, an exact clarification of the root of the problem is particularly important to ensure that the therapy leads to the desired success.
That is why we make sure to fully understand your condition and work interdisciplinary with our physiotherapists, osteopaths and sports scientists. If you have groin complaints, make an appointment for our special consultations. Please bring along all available findings from radiologists, neurologists, surgeons, etc. Together with you, we will plan further treatments and accompany you on your way back to your sport.