Groin Pain in the Athlete. GUY VOELLER, MD,FACS Professor of Surgery University of Tennessee Past President, The AHS. GPA. Misunderstood by many surgeons Difficult diagnostic issues Difficult treatment issues Many treatment options No RPCT to show surgery is helpful. GPA.
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GUY VOELLER, MD,FACS
Professor of Surgery
University of Tennessee
Past President, The AHS
Athletes who are unable to compete in active sport due to chronic groin pain should be considered for routine inguinal hernia repair if no other pathology is evident after clinical examination and radiologic evaluation
CHRONIC PAIN REFRACTORY TO LOCAL INJECTION,
NSAIDs, PHYSICAL THERAPY AND/OR REST