Treatment for Osteitis Pubis

For sports enthusiasts, pubic-related groin pain (formerly osteitis pubis) can pose a challenge, especially in activities like AFL, soccer, and netball.

What contributes to it? Pelvic instability, particularly at the pubic symphysis, can lead to tissue damage and inflammation, exacerbated by asymmetrical loads during running or kicking. Some other common contributing factors to this presentation include poor lumbopelvic control and strength, leading to an increased risk of injury over time. Another factor to consider is an increase in training load and intensity as preseason begins.

How to stay in the game? Early assessment by our musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapists is crucial. They’ll analyse and correct biomechanical irregularities in your lumbopelvic and lower limb regions, preventing the condition from becoming chronic.

Rehabilitation essentials: Activity modification, guided by evidence-based practice, is a key component of our program. We tailor an individualised rehabilitation plan addressing factors like strength deficits, lumbopelvic control, and load management.

Pro Physio SA’s musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapists, after a comprehensive assessment, guide you through evidence-based treatments, including individualised exercise prescription, massage and other manual therapy techniques.

Regain your active lifestyle with confidence. Let us support you in overcoming pubic related groin pain so you can get back to enjoying your favourite activities.

To arrange an appointment with one of our experienced physiotherapists who can assess your individual needs and tailor a treatment plan just for you, book online today or simply give us a call at one of our 6 locations; Kidman Park 08 8356 2299, Dover Gardens 08 8296 8314, Hope Valley 08 8396 4000, Mitcham 08 8271 2222 or Beverley 08 8348 0000.

Pro Physio SA, Alex Townsley, Physiotherapist

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