Hip and groin pain is very common.  Groin injuries account for approximately 1 in 20 athletic injuries, and hip and groin pain accounts for 1 in 10 patient visits to sports medicine centers.

Many athletes with chronic hip and groin pain have multiple coexisting pathologies spanning several disciplines.

In treating these patients, the orthopaedic surgeon must consider both musculoskeletal groin disorders and nonorthopaedic conditions that can present as groin pain.

If you have ongoing hip and groin pain, it may be worth booking an initial consultation.