Groin pain can come from many things, so it’s important to get a proper diagnosis. Groin pain can be from an adductor strain, labral tear, hip impingement, hip arthritis, or a sports hernia. These simple stretches and exercises should help relieve the pain.

Stretching out the groin area in a modified position, like the supine butterfly stretch, can help loosen the muscles, but not put too much tension on them.

Isometric hip adduction is often much less painful when first starting to strengthen the adductors/groin muscles.

Then a progression of strengthening is sidelying hip adduction.

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