5 Best Yoga Asanas to Treat Groin Pain



Groin pain is rather embarrassing and rare. Before we address the issue itself and the solution, we need to ask ourselves a more important question.

What Constitutes The Groin Area?

The groin area comprises of the group of adductor muscles that are placed on the inner thigh, between the hamstrings on the back and the quadriceps on the front part of the leg. These are the muscles that form a part of the group – the adductor brevis, the adductor magnus, gracilis, adductor longus, and pectineus.

The adductors provide stability to the legs. They hold the inner thigh together. These muscles hold the stability when you need to put one leg in or one leg out. They keep the legs from buckling outward while holding the full weight of the body.


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