What’s Causing A Patient’s Groin Pain?

Hip disorders and other coexisting, nonorthopaedic issues may be at play

Jennie McKee

Groin pain, which is often related to hip pathology, is a common problem for athletes and nonathletes alike. Making a diagnosis can be challenging, given that groin pain often results from multiple coexisting issues that may or may not be orthopaedic in nature.

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