Causes of groin pain in the inner thigh and pelvis, symptoms and exercises that can prevent groin injuries. Distinguish between types of groin pain. Groin pain can come from any structure in or surrounding your inner thigh where there are numerous arteries and veins as well as large muscles like the adductor group that attaches to the pelvis. Your inner thigh pain can be caused by any of the muscles, tendons, ligaments, nerves, or joints in the groin area.
Groin muscle Strain refers to injury of 5 Adductor muscles in your inner thigh. A Groin muscle injury from running or falling.
A groin injury is common, comprising 2 to 5 percent of all sports injuries. The groin’s complex anatomy presents multiple opportunities for strains, sprains, tears, overstretching, and overuse injury to the structures in your inner thigh. The groin area is made up of a complex and interconnected construction of bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and other soft tissue located in the lower abdomen, upper thighs, and urogenital area.
Osteitis Pubis is an inflammation of the pelvic symphysis - the cartilage joints between the pubic bones that form the front of the pelvis.