Hip and Groin

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Hip Impingement occurs when one or both bones of the hip joint have an irregular shape and do not fit together properly. This may cause the bones to rub against each other during movement and over time this restricted motion will damage cartilage and can cause a labral tear, resulting in pain and arthritis in young adults.
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A groin strain is a muscular tear or rupture to any one of the groin muscles, usually one from the hip adductor muscle group, of which the most common to be strained is the adductor longus.
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