hip and groin

Problems of the hip and groin affect a wide range of people; from the GAA footballer who is at risk of groin strain to the over 55’s who are at risk of osteoarthritis of the hip joint that could ultimately lead to a total hip replacement.

On occasion, pain in the hip / groin can be referred from a source in the low back or pelvic joints. It’s also possible to have simultaneous problems in both low back and hip and in fact a problem in one region makes an adjacent region more likely to become problematic, over time.

At IONA Physiotherapy, you will receive a thorough musculoskeletal examination which should allow us to determine the actual source of the symptoms in your hip and groin and ultimately tailor an evidence-based treatment plan.

We are open! We have appointments both in clinic and by video link available. Please read the information below very carefully so that you know how your appointment will work.


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