INJURIES & CONDITIONS – HIP FLEXORS-GROIN-ABS


INJURIES & CONDITIONS – HIP FLEXORS-GROIN-ABS


ILIOPSOAS STRAIN


  • HIP PAIN . Hip Flexor Pain or Iliopsoas Related Groin Pain
    – Usually related to a known injury
    – May be related to (1) the muscles themselves (2) the junction between the muscle and the tendon – the musculotendinous junction (3) the tendon or (4) the bursa
    – Various terms may be used to diagnose hip flexor conditions, including:

    • Hip flexor strain or tear; iliopsoas strain or tear – usually related to a known injury
    • iliopsoas tendinopathy – a painful iliopsoas tendon, usually developing more slowly over time
    • anterior snapping hip – snapping of the iliopsoas tendon which can sometimes become painful
    • iliopsoas bursitis – inflammation or thickening of the iliopsoas bursa
    • iliopsoas impingement – impingement or compression of the iliopsoas tendon against the underlying bone or artificial hip (hip prosthesis)
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ILIOPSOAS IMPINGEMENT


· Impingement or compression of the iliopsoas tendon against the underlying bone or artificial hip (hip prosthesis) – HIP PAIN .


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ILIOPSOAS TENDINOPATHY


· A painful iliopsoas tendon, usually developing more slowly over time – HIP PAIN .


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ILIOPSOAS BURSITIS


ORTHOINFO .
– The iliopsoas bursa is located on the inside (groin side) of the hip. When this bursa becomes inflamed, the condition is also sometimes referred to as hip bursitis, but the pain is located in the groin area. This condition is not as common as trochanteric bursitis, but is treated in a similar manner.
– Bursae, are small, jelly-like sacs that are located throughout the body, including around the shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, and heel. They contain a small amount of fluid, and are positioned between bones and soft tissues, acting as cushions to help reduce friction.


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AD·DUCTORS


HIP PAIN . ADDUCTOR RELATED GROIN PAIN
– Tears or strains may occur within the adductor muscles; where the muscles & tendons join (musculotendinous junctions); or within the tendons. Traumatic injury resulting in a rapid onset of pain, is usually associated with sporting actions.
– A single cause for more longstanding groin pain can however be much more difficult to establish. One of the main reasons for this is the large amount of interconnection between the soft tissues around the pubic region. MRI scans of someone who has had groin pain for more than 3 months will often reveal a variety or combination of findings, and you may receive a diagnosis of: 

  • adductor tendinopathy, tendinitis or tear – tendon pain, inflammation or a tear of one or more of the inner thigh muscles 
  • pubic aponeurosis tear – a tear in the blended fibrous tissue at the front of the pubic bone 
  • rectus abdominis tendinopathy/enthesopathy, tendinitis or tear – tendon pain, inflammation or a tear of the rectus abdominis (six pack) muscle 

GROIN STRAIN



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