Leg

Injuries

Adductor Muscle Tear or Strain Information

Adductor Muscle Tear or Strain

Anatomy

The muscles that draw the leg inwards (adduct the hip joint) are: adductor longus, adductor magnus, adductor brevis, gracilis and pectineus. Each of these muscles arises from the pubic bone.

Anatomy: Leg - Injury: Adductor Muscle Tear or Strain Information

Mechanism of Injury

  • Overstretching of one or all of the adductor muscles, eg. sudden change of direction or pivot.

Symptoms

  • Sudden momentary stabbing pain in the groin region during activity.
  • Local bleeding can cause swelling and bruising, which may not appear until a few days after the injury has occurred.
  • If the muscle cannot contract there is reason to suspect a total rupture.
  • When the rupture is in the muscle-tendon junction a defect can be felt at the site of the injury.

Treatment

Please consult with your medical professional for a complete diagnosis and treatment plan.


Recommended Thermoskin Product

Under the direction of your medical professional and in conjuction with your advised treatment plan, any of the following Thermoskin products are recommended.


Thermal Thigh/Hamstring

Thermal Thigh/Hamstring Beige 8*211 or Black 8*111

Thermal Shorts

Thermal Shorts Black 8*125


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