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Posted: Thursday, May 23, 2013 7:02 AM

Early morning appts should be made the day before

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Testing of the range of motion available at the hip joint, into abduction (moving the leg out to the side) and adduction (moving the leg in) is useful in providing information about the tightness of the muscles in question.


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Aims of Massage to assist in Rehabilitation

Reduce pain and swelling. Improve flexibility and condition of the muscles. Strengthen the muscles. Gradual return to full fitness.

Groin strains are graded 1, 2 or 3 depending on how bad they are. It is important to get the correct diagnosis to base the rehabilitation programme on.

Rest and Avoiding activities that produce pain. It may be necessary to rest grade 1 strains from competition or training for up to 3 weeks. A general guide for safety is 5 days. If pain allows, a lower level of activity avoiding any painful movements may be suitable.

Apply ice or cold therapy with compression for 15 minutes every 2 hours for the first couple of days.

Wear a compression support to help reduce swelling.

Improving flexibility and muscle condition

Assisted or Passive Stretching movements may be done from day 1 as long as they can be done without pain. If pain is felt then we will stop and wait.

Assisted Stretching should be done regularly - at least three times a day in the early stages of rehabilitation.

Sports massage techniques are exceptionally useful after the initial acute stage (usually 48 hours). This will relax the muscle, loosen and help prevent scar tissue formation and encourage blood flow and healing of the muscle.

Strengthening the muscles is important to avoid re-injuring the muscles. It is especially important to strengthen the muscles in the same direction / way that they were injured.

Light strengthening exercises can begin after the acute stage or as soon as pain allows. If they are painful then stop and wait. It may be 5 days before strengthening exercises may be started.

Exercises may be done on a daily basis in the early stages of rehabilitation and as intensity increases and full activity is regained they may be reduced to 3 times a week.

Stretching exercises should be continued throughout the strengthening process both before and after a strengthening session.

This should be a gradual process. Do not go straight back into sprinting immediately but build up gradually from slow jogging.

When athletes can jog for 20 minutes without problems then gradually build up speed.

An example speed session might be 10 x 50m at 50% effort, day 2, gentle jog, day 3, 10 x 50 m at 70% effort and so on.

This stage of rehabilitation should also include more functional activities or those specifically related to the athletes sport. For example if your sport involves changing direction at speed then this should be included in the rehabilitation process with a gradual build up.

Only when the athlete can comfortably manage specific training and speed work should they be returned to competition.

A return to full activity may take 1 to 4 weeks.

Reduce pain and swelling. Improve flexibility and condition of the muscles. Strengthen the muscles. Gradual return to full fitness.

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