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Thigh & Groin area

The two main bone injuries of the thigh are the femur fracture (usually caused by brute force, such as car accidents) and – far more common – fractures of the femoral neck, the most common fall-induced fracture in elderly people, which is then surgically stabilized through either semi or total endoprothesis (better known as “hip replacement”).

The thigh is also home to big and strong muscle groups, which are injury-prone in athletes. Strains can affect the front (quadriceps muscle), rear (hamstring muscles a.k.a. “hamstrings”) or inner thigh (adductor muscles). The latter insert into the groin area, and are often associated with groin problems such as insertional tendinopathy.

 

 

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