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Acute Groin Strain

Acute Groin Strain - Symptoms

Acute Groin Strain - How to prevent?

What can you do?

You should cease the activity and begin initial treatment with RICE (Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation). Rest may require crutches if there is difficulty walking. Ice should be applied to the injured site every 15 minutes at 1 to 2 hour intervals. Compression involves application of an elastic bandage around the injured site while elevation should be done with the injured site/limb resting on a chair or pillows that is above the level of the heart. You should continue RICE treatment until you consult a sports medicine doctor.

Acute Groin Strain - Causes and Risk Factors

Acute Groin Strain - Diagnosis

Acute Groin Strain - Preparing for surgery

Acute Groin Strain - Post-surgery care

Acute Groin Strain - Other Information

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