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December 2011

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Pelvic, abdominal and groin pain

David Galea (MSc, MCSP, Senior Physiotherapist)  

INTRODUCTION

The term 'groin pain' is often used to describe a multitude of pelvic and groin injuries and covers a wide variety of injury scenarios (see Table 1). The complex anatomy, the possibility of co-existing injuries, and the various sources of origin, present the clinician with an immense challenge.

THE THORACIC SPINE, THE LUMBAR SPINE, THE SACROILIAC JOINT (PELVIS), THE HIP JOINT AND THE ABDOMINAL VISCERA SHOULD BE CONSIDERED AS A POSSIBLE SOURCE OF GROIN PAIN.

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Treat your feet

Daily Mail

Rebeca Gomez's medicure

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The Real Thing

Vogue - March 2005

If you're serious about easying sore muscles and joints (and willing to forgo soft lighting, calming music and high-thread-count sheet), book a massage therapist who specialises in sports-related injuries. Petra Thamm (07879 401342), who's based at the Wellington Building in St John's Wood, is a soft-tissue specialist whose aggressive treatment of ligaments, muscles and tendons is so effective, it's worth the pain.

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Secret addresses

Four Company directors tell Claire Coleman where they go to stay in shape

Making better

26
Dec

Mida's touch

Take part in our Golf Screening and Physiotherapy Programme and stay in tip-top form for your game all year...

( Words by Chris Meadows and Andrè De Oliveira)

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