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Hernia and groin problems are common sports injuries, particularly in soccer where the pelvic region is subject to large torsional (twisting) loads. An Inguinal Hernia refers to a protrusion of the abdominal contents through a weakness in the connective tissue of the Inguinal canal in the groin.
Inguinal Hernia surgery has been revolutionised over the past ten years. The world's top hernia surgeons now perform hernia surgery under local anaesthetic. Depending on the individual circumstances of the patient, considering their age, occupation, general health and the size and degree of the Inguinal Hernia, the surgical technique is chosen which is 'tailored' to the patient's situation. Rehab following Inguinal Hernia surgery is very rapid and exercises can begin the day after the hernia repair.
Common Inguinal Hernia signs & symptoms: