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.

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