Pain in the adductor muscles of the thigh?

Inflammation of the adductor muscles.

Inflammation of the adductor muscles is the most common injury in athletes, but also of health workers (nurses) when making turns to support a sick person or people who work with weight and movement. These muscles are especially susceptible to twisting by sudden changes in direction by rapid and abrupt gestures. The five adductor muscles of the thigh are inserted into the pubic bone near the groin: the adductor major, the medial adductor, the minor adductor, the rectum (also called gracilis), and the pectineum.
Massages in deep tissue on these muscles and stretching relax these muscles and improve the condition of the pain.


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