Hip & Groin

Mobile Yet Stable

Being the largest joint of the human body, the hip joint is not only designed for stability and weight bearing; but a large range of movement. However, injuries to the hip and groin are quite common and sometimes difficult to assess due to the numerous structures involved.

At Australian Sports Physiotherapy, our experienced physiotherapists specialise in the diagnosis, management and rehabilitation of all your hip and groin injuries.

The hip joint is a deep ball and socket joint. The joint is sealed within a tough lubricated capsule, and surrounded by numerous muscles that help us move.

Diagnose, management, rehabilitation

Some Causes of Hip and Groin Pain Include:

  • Hip osteoarthritis
  • Femoral Acetabular Impingement Syndrome (FAIs)
  • Acetabular labral tears
  • Ligamentum Teres tear
  • Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome (GTPs)
  • Gluteus medius / minimus tendon tears
  • Trochanteric Bursitis
  • ITB friction syndrome
  • Hip Flexor pain
  • Hip Instability
  • Abductor muscle injuries

Across Eight Locations in Melbourne

Our team of hip & groin physiotherapists have vast experience in the assessment and diagnosis of groin pain. With extensive research in the treatment of hip and groin injuries, please visit our speciality clinic, the Australian Hip and Groin Clinic.

Our experienced physiotherapists work across eight locations in Melbourne; servicing a large area of Inner North and North East of Melbourne including IvanhoeHeidelbergNorthcotePrestonCoburgEast DoncasterRichmond and East Melbourne.

No referral is necessary to see our experienced Physiotherapists. Prompt appointments are available across several of our locations.