Adductor – Groin Strain
Adductor – Groin Strain A groin strain (adductor muscles)  is a tear or rupture to any one of the five adductor muscles. – Straining the pectineus, – Adductor brevis, – Adductor longus – Gracilis and – adductor magnus.   What are the adductor muscles? There are five adductor muscles, the pectineus, adductor brevis and adductor
Groin Injuries
Groin injuries Groin injuries are injuries to any of the following five muscles – (the pectineus, adductor brevis and adductor longus (called short adductors which go from the pelvis to the thigh bone) and the gracilis and adductor magnus(long adductors which go from the pelvis to the knee). In general: Groin injuries are common in
Groin strain causes
Groin strain causes What to do if you are an unlucky sufferer from groin strains, and what action you can take to avoid them A ‘groin pull’ (aka groin strain) is often a bruise, stretching, or tearing of muscle fibres which run from the front of the hip bone to the inside of the thigh.