• Groin Pain

    on Apr 21st, 2017

Male, in his mid 30’s came in with severe groin pain.  He was wrestling with his friends at the gym and pulled his groin muscle.  Several hours later he notice he couldn’t move because the pain was so intense.  When he came into the clinic he could barely walk and practically limped in.  I told him since it’s such a recent injury he needed to come in consecutive days for up to 5 days.  After first treatment, he was able to walk more freely and less pain.  He continued to come every day after and with each treatment he notice his movements were less stiff and pain level had decreased to none.  Although he was 85% recovered after the 3rd day of treatment.  I asked that he wait on doing any major activity until the area is completely healed to avoid re-injuries to the area.

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