Adductor (Groin) Strain is the result of injured muscles in the inner thigh. These muscles stabilise the body and move the legs inward. The groin can be injured when the muscles, tendons and ligaments attached to the groin are over-stretched or strained.
This can occur during exercise when engaging with high intensity workouts that involve running, jumping, side-to-side movement and sudden changes of direction.
Adductor injuries will usually get better on their own, however could take up to several weeks without assistance.
Below are examples of products that may assist in recovery or injury management for this condition.