GROIN PAIN

The most common cause of groin pain is a biomechanical misalignment of the pelvis, resulting in uneven weight bearing, causing a groin muscle to be “pulled” on one side. A traumatic injury can result in a “pulled” groin muscle, where the muscle connects to the front of the hip joint, and the scar tissue that forms tends to heal short. Groin pain is sometimes referred from pressure on a nerve in the lower back or sacroiliac joint. The Tru-Align realigns the pelvis and sacroiliac joint, decompresses and realigns the lower back, helps restore normal biomechanical function of the hip joints, and limbers and stretches the muscular attachments involved.