A groin train may be treated with painkillers to manage symptoms and physical therapy to regain muscle strength. Surgery may be required in severe cases. Read more: How Do You Treat a Groin Strain? Article
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How Long Does It Take for a Muscle Strain to Heal?
A muscle strain occurs when muscle fibers are overstretched and tear. Learn more about muscle strains, how muscle strains happen, muscle strain symptoms, muscle strain diagnosis, and muscle strain treatment options. Receive information on how a sprain and strain differ.
Where Is the Groin Area in Men and Women?
The groin area is located at the same place in men and women—at the junction where the upper body or abdomen meets the thigh. It is an area of the hip and is comprised of five muscles that work together to move your leg.
Sprains and Strains
An injury to a ligament is called a sprain, and an injury to muscle or tendon is called a strain. Sprains and strains may be caused by repetitive movements or a single stressful incident. Symptoms and signs include pain and swelling. Though treatment depends upon the extent and location of the injury, rest, ice, compression, and elevation are key elements of treatment.
How Long Does it Take for an Oblique Strain to Heal?
An oblique strain is a specific injury that affects your abdominal muscles. An oblique strain may heal within a few weeks to six weeks.
Is a Muscle Strain the Same as a Muscle Tear?
What is the difference between a muscle strain and a muscle tear?
Should You Stretch a Strained Muscle?
Muscle strain is another term for a pulled muscle. Some experts recommend gentle stretching for muscles that are recovering from a strain.
What Are the Three Grades of Muscle Strain?
Depending on the severity of damage, muscle strains are classified into three grades. Learn about symptoms, causes, and treatment.
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