The Adductor Squeeze Test is a simple test that you can use to decide if you have a Groin Strain / Adductor Strain. It is very easy to carry out the test. It is easy to evaluate the results of the test. Click and watch the video to find out if you have an positive Adductor Squeeze Test and an Adductor Strain.. . . . .Click HERE to read the whole of the post
What are the signs and symptoms of an Adductor Strain or groin pain?
What is the difference between a grade 1 and grade 2 strain of the Adductor muscles?
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Adductor Strains are injuries to the Adductor muscles – generally Adductor Longus, Gracilis and vertical fibres of Adductor Magnus.
Common causes of an Adductor Strain are discussed including overuse and poor warm ups.
Most Groin Pain from Adductor Muscle Strains affects the upper attachments of the Adductor Longus and Gracilis muscles.
Read on for an understanding of where the Adductor Muscles lie and where they attach to the pelvis and the Femur.
You will be surprised at the size and extent of the Adductor muscles.