Chronic groin pain, Osteitis Pubis (OP ) and groin issues predominantly occur in sports where athletes engage in kicking, rapid changing of direction and stopping and starting at speed. A key factor in preventing Osteitis Pubis (OP ) is ensuring pelvic integrity - where the pelvis is correctly aligned, equally strong on both sides, and that there is neither too much or too little movement in the hip and sacroiliac joint.
Groin pain is a common problem for both professional and recreational athletes who play sports that involve repeated kicking and change of direction. Compression garments are worn by athletes in these sports for reasons such as perceived improved performance, reductions in symptoms such as pain and reduced risk of sustaining an injury.
Hip and pelvic pain and injury during the activity of running are extremely common, making up a significant proportion of the injuries that are experienced by marathon runners, ultra runners and the everyday jogger.
There’s a lot of information around on how to prevent, treat, and rehabilitate hamstring injuries. Hamstring strain injury is one of the most common injuries in sports, and causes significant loss of training and competition time and significantly affects the quality of life of injured athletes.
The 7 major benefits of core strength As an athlete, you've probably heard of many different exercises that are guaranteed to strengthen your core, but do you even know what those muscles are, what they do and why it's so important to keep them healthy? Let’s clear up a few myths.