NDIrish02 wrote:So does anyone, from Denver perhaps, know anything about his groin (not from personal experience I hope!)
Groin problems can pose a difficult assessment challenge, when sifting through all the possible ‘differential diagnoses’ of groin pain
Of all the soft-tissue injuries the athlete can suffer, groin injuries are potentially the most debilitating and frustrating of all, especially in terms of time lost from competition and return to full competitive fitness. The co-existence of multiple pathologies is the most plausible explanation for this observed difficulty in management. It is common for athletes to shop around seeking different medical opinions for their ongoing groin pain, and to receive varying medical suggestions as to where the problem originates.
It is important to remember that groin problems often have more than one possible pathology existing. Groin injuries are notorious for ‘co-existing pathologies’.
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