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Chronic Pain| Groin Muscles by Dr. Jennifer C. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 04 Jul 2008 4:08pm Friday, July 04, 2008  Hip stiffness in athletes is associated with later development of chronicgroininjury and as such may be a risk factor for this condition. "Sports hernia," pubic bone edema, and entrapment neuropathies-are potential causes of chronicgroinpain in assessing athletes.  Groininjury is among the most common citedinjuriesin ... Read on »
Groin Pain| Sports by Dr. Jennifer C. Medical Doctor Posted Sat 20 Dec 2008 5:47pm Saturday, December 20, 2008  Groin pain in athletes is a common problem that can result in significant amounts of missed playing time. Many of the problems are related to the musculoskeletal system.  1. Serious and potentially life threatening medical cases of pelvis and groinpain: Stress fractures of the bones of the pelvis occur, particul ... Read on »
Pain in the Groin... no, not what you're thinking... by Amy and April Y. Patient Expert Posted Fri 27 Mar 2009 4:29pm So, after the 20 miler on Saturday, Vandy-Montana and I met up with some peeps from the Nashville Striders to run 10 miles on the Natchez Trace Parkway and then indulge in some biscuits at the Loveless Cafe. Now, I take some funky pictures... (it's a problem, I'm working on it), but this is quite possibly one of the strangest pictures of m ... Read on »
GROIN PAIN causes & natural cure: HERNIA, PROSTATE, INJURIES, HIP JOINTS PROBLEMS by Tatjana-Mihaela Posted Mon 16 Feb 2009 1:59am It is very common that people feel pain and discomfort in the groin area: it is the place were the abdomen ends and legs begin. Men have more sensitive groin area and they more often develope health problems there, due to the difference in anatomy (more sensitive position of sexual organs) and at least in the younger days more intensive physical ac ... Read on »
Runners' hernia and testiclular pain by Carson B. Posted Tue 24 Nov 2009 3:17pm Groin pain is a common complaint among distance runners, and they are at an increased risk of sports hernia for a few reasons. It seems that a loss of hip extension range of motion forces an athlete to compensate with an external rotation pattern and going to the lower abdominal wall to “fake” extension and propel themselves well. This repetit ... Read on »
The Case of Female Pelvic Pain, Painful Sex by Stephanie Prendergast and Elizabeth Rummer Posted Fri 19 Apr 2013 3:49am This week’s post is a case study of a female pelvic pain patient. Before I get into the specifics of the case, let’s first take a look at female pelvic pain by the numbers: 10% of all visits to gynecologists are due to chronic pelvic pain. 25% of women will experience chronic vulvar pain at some point in their lives. 60% of sexu ... Read on »
Male Pelvic Pain: It’s Time to Treat Men Right by Stephanie Prendergast and Elizabeth Rummer Posted Sat 28 Jul 2012 9:53pm Tony is one of those people who seem superhuman. In his early 30s, he’s lean and athletic. When he isn’t chasing after one of his three young children or helping to run a successful family business, you can find him surfing, hunting, snowboarding, golfing, swimming, or playing basketball. It’s hard to believe that at one time, this guy wh ... Read on »
Inguinal hernia by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm 1 Comment Inguinal hernias occur when part of the intestine protrudes through a weak spot in the abdomen — often along the inguinal canal, which carries the spermatic cord in men. Introduction Inguinal hernias occur when soft tissue — usually part of the intestine — protrudes through a weak point or tear in your lower abdominal wall. The re ... Read on »
Q&A: Painful Sex, the Bladder-Back Pain Connection, Male Pelvic Pain and More by Stephanie Prendergast and Elizabeth Rummer Posted Tue 22 Jan 2013 2:53pm In this, our latest Q&A post, we tackle some important pelvic floor issues, including painful sex, the connection between bladder and back pain and the proper PT for someone with prolapse and pain. Prolapse + Pelvic Pain = What kind of PT? Dear Liz, I get e-stim done, but I have both prolapse and pelvic pain/trigger points. What i ... Read on »
Acupuncture, Chronic Pain, and Re-Training the Nervous System by Marilyn Yohe, L.Ac., MAOM Licensed AcupuncturistHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 07 Jul 2012 11:06am Pain researcher Lorimer Moseley tells this story: he was hiking in the Australian Outback with friends, and felt something scratch his left ankle. It was painful enough to make him pull his leg away a little bit, but he just kept walking, figuring he’d scraped his ankle on a stick, and forgot about it – until he woke up two days later in the h ... Read on »