Early diagnosis and proper treatment are important to prevent adductor tendinitis from becoming a potentially life-long disruption; it doesn’t take much for it to turn into a grade 2 or 3 strain. Adductor tendinitis or tendinopathy is best managed with adherence to the conservative treatment methods, which includes modifying and/or eliminating the activities that cause tenderness or discomfort in your groin area and treating yourself with easy and effective home therapies such as cold compression and Blood Flow Stimulation Therapy.

A good reference point for healing is once you’ve regained approximately 70% of your pre-injury strength, have full range of motion and are pain free, you can return to your normal activities.

Groin Injury Treatments

If you have a muscle pull or strain in your groin, resting it is recommended. Avoid activities that cause pain or may have caused the injury and begin cold compression treatments as soon as possible.

There are healing tools that can help treat your groin strain and speed up the healing process so you can reduce your pain and get back to daily life.Blood Flow Stimulation Therapy (BFST®) will promote blood flow to heal your injury faster and more completely than any other methods available.