Tag Archives: FAI

How does hip pathology relate to groin pain? ~ by Joanne Kemp, M.Sports Physio, PhD Candidate

“I’ve had groin issues in the past and came back a couple of times too early so instead of missing … Continue reading →

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Treat the hip pain patient not the MRI

Historically, the hip joint was not routinely considered as a source of hip and groin pain in the athletic population. … Continue reading →

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Hip impingement: The femoral acetabular story

Femoral acetabular impingement (FAI) results from repetitive hip movement with an underlying anatomical variation of the femoral head, acetabulum or … Continue reading →

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