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How would you treat a 40-year-old woman with left groin pain?

October 23, 2014
In the evaluation of this 40-year-old woman with left hip pain, I would start with an extensive history and physical exam (Figures 1-4). Clearly, not all hip pain is the same. While it seems that the patient is reporting groin pain, I would want to discern whether the pain was intra-articular or extra-articular first. Figure 1. A 40-year old woman presents with left groin pain for 1 year. She has had no help with rehabilitation and has a positive impingement sign.
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