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Old 07-25-2018, 08:13 AM   #1
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Groin pain

Hi! I am an athlete. I am skilled in competitive track and field events. I do sprint exercise daily in order to increase my speed in running. But for the past 2 days, I've been having groin pain. I kept it untreated and continued my daily exercises. But now the pain is unbearable and it hurts very badly even when I walk. And I noticed swelling in my thighs. I took anti-inflammatory painkillers to get relief from the pain. I also compressed my thighs using an elastic badge and also applied an ice pack to reduce the pain and selling. But I didn't get a complete relief from this. When I discussed this with my friend, he suggested undergoing a Physiotherapy treatment at a clinic in Toronto. I am planning to undergo the treatment today. Can a Physiotherapy treatment help with groin pain? Please share your insights. Any advice is highly appreciated.
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Old 07-28-2018, 12:03 PM   #2
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Athletes get injured when they overtrain.

You have sprained a muscle, groin isn't too bad, lower abdominal (stomach) can cause a hernia.

Rest up. You've been pushing too hard. Then start training again gradually.
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