Adductor tendinopathy refers to a condition that causes pain and discomfort in the tendons of the adductor muscles, which are located on the inside of the thigh. This condition can occur when the tendons are overused or subjected to repetitive stress, causing them to become damaged and inflamed.
This can occur from a variety of activities or factors, including:
The treatment for adductor tendinopathy typically involves a combination of rest, rehabilitation, and in some cases, medical interventions. The following are some common treatment options:
Physical therapy: A physical therapist can design a customized exercise program to help strengthen and stretch the adductor muscles and improve range of motion. They may also use techniques such as ultrasound or massage to promote healing and reduce
The following are some ways that physiotherapy can help manage adductor tendinopathy: