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Puckboy 08-14-2007 01:56 PM

Hurt groin
 
Pulled the groin a little in last nights game not to bad, but it is sore. What should I do to help heal quickly. Should I be stretching or just let it rest,.

sharkticon 08-14-2007 05:16 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Puckboy (Post 10180153)
Pulled the groin a little in last nights game not to bad, but it is sore. What should I do to help heal quickly. Should I be stretching or just let it rest,.

I try to stretch my groin out every night! :naughty:


Seriously, mix of heat and ice packs should help. I would take it easy if i were you. Just walking works those muscles, I don't see the need to stretch them out.

McNasty 08-14-2007 10:35 PM

If you can take a few days off, idk if you work full time or anything but Ice/Heat and rest is probably the best advice I could give.

Joe Cole 08-15-2007 08:51 AM

Hopefully it is not serious.... because groin injuries tend to linger for a long time. Then you think you are back to normal and you stretch to receive a pass.... bang... there it is again....

Ice-Heat-Ice-Heat ....prayer

FDBluth 08-15-2007 05:27 PM

Don't stretch it if it's pulled. That won't help anything.

mmmjays 08-15-2007 10:13 PM

how could i "heat" my groin? I seem to pull my groin everytime i play hockey. I stretch to the best of my ability too. I guess im terrible at stretching.

sharkticon 08-16-2007 03:40 PM

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Originally Posted by mmmjays (Post 10192546)
how could i "heat" my groin? I seem to pull my groin everytime i play hockey. I stretch to the best of my ability too. I guess im terrible at stretching.

Get a heat pad. Any drug store should have them. I would not use icy hot near your groin though, unless your a glutton for pain.

If you pull your groin EVERY time you play hockey, something is definitely wrong.

See a doctor and learn to stretch... in that order.

speedway 08-17-2007 06:09 PM

First of all, do not heat!!! Especially it the first 48-72 hrs. ice is the way to go.Ice as often as possible (with breaks in between).Do not stretch for a couple of days and when you begin stretching , go easy.Start stregnthening with isometric exercises like squeezing and releasing a basketball between your knees (knees bent and legs extended also.) I suggest seeing a physio for deep massage and more advanced exercises.This injury can bug you for a long time if you don't take care of it properly.

Redden Hogalot* 08-17-2007 09:28 PM

I dont like the idea of putting ice on my groin... ouch


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