Hip / Groin

This is a region that is commonly injured in the athlete and other active populations, including runners, hockey players, golfers, and contact sport athletes. Hip/groin is a complicated anatomical area and is often subject to the development of muscular imbalance over time. This will ultimately lead to injuries due to pockets of weakness and tightness. This again requires the ultimate development of a powerful, flexible and balanced hip and groin area in order to facilitate recovery and a safe return to sport or activity without the risk of re-injury. Diagnoses include:

  • Posterior hip pain syndrome – in runners especially
  • Sports hernia
  • Inguinal hernia
  • Hip bursitis
  • Hip flexor sprain/strain
  • Piriformis syndrome
  • Hip joint impingement
  • Post- surgical rehabilitation