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What are good exercieses for a pulled groin muscle?
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Dr. Audie Rolnick
Orthopedic Surgery
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In brief: Time
First must heal the muscle, then stretch the muscles in the area, then finally can strengthen muscles.
Squats are good for strengthening.

In brief: Time
First must heal the muscle, then stretch the muscles in the area, then finally can strengthen muscles.
Squats are good for strengthening.
Dr. Audie Rolnick
Dr. Audie Rolnick
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Dr. Gregory Billy
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
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In brief: Core exercises
Stretching exercises for a pulled groin in the early stage of injury are helpful to prevent secondary tightness.
Eventual exercises should focus on lower abdominal strengthening since a significant amount of groin injuries are related to an imbalance between the groin muscles and lower abdominal muscles. A physical therapist could teach you the specific program.

In brief: Core exercises
Stretching exercises for a pulled groin in the early stage of injury are helpful to prevent secondary tightness.
Eventual exercises should focus on lower abdominal strengthening since a significant amount of groin injuries are related to an imbalance between the groin muscles and lower abdominal muscles. A physical therapist could teach you the specific program.
Dr. Gregory Billy
Dr. Gregory Billy
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