What are the common symptoms of hip pain and groin pain?
Pain and restriction of hips and groin injuries can happen at any age. If you experience any of the following symptoms: mild pain or sudden acute pain in your groin, swelling or bruising, painful to touch or pain experienced with movement, please get in touch.
The symptoms of osteoarthritis can affect also the hip. There is no cure for osteoarthritis, but the symptoms can be eased with physiotherapy treatment.
What treatments are best for
hip pain and groin pain?
Physiotherapists use a wide range of treatments and techniques to help with hip pain and groin pain, as well as offering advice on looking after your injury. Treatments your physiotherapist may suggest include using a variety of stretching exercises, soft tissue massage, and manipulation, taping, and advice on improving your posture.
Sports Injury & Sports Movement
Biomechanics, Gait Analysis & Orthotics
Acupuncture & Dry Needling