Groin Pain (non-traumatic)

What lies beneath?

Groin pain can be caused by a wide variety of musculoskeletal and systemic processes.  The mind map on this page will help guide you in the differential diagnosis of groin pain seen in physical therapy practice.  Also linked are several videos and resources along the way to help guide you in the journey.  This list is by no means complete, but includes some more common diagnoses seen by physical therapists.  Click here to read about more potential diagnoses (Table 1) not already covered on this website.  (Link to entire article)

When to refer

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