Groin Strains in Soccer

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Groin strains can affect every soccer player, especially those inclined to pivot and change direction quickly, which is a key quality of a good player.

The start of the season is prime time for the problem as a lack of conditioning increases susceptibility to the injury, which usually occurs when the adductor muscle is stretched beyond its limits. The term ‘groin strain‘ is a bit of a misnomer, as the stabbing pain that results is a sign of muscle fibres being torn, completely at worst.

 

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