Athlete's injuries to the thigh, from lower abdomen and pubis:CAUTION DANGER!
Most of the time, it is the lower limbs that are affected during the practice of soccer . Thigh injuries topped the podium, just ahead of hip/groin injuries, followed by knee and ankle injuries. Accelerations/sprints, shots/passes/crosses, slips, tackles, twists or even frozen ground... deep muscles of the thigh. Thus it is not uncommon to see a player suddenly collapsing on the ground in the middle of a match, the victim of a wound the adductors , muscles that bring the thighs together. In reality these are the tendons of the adductors, which take their origin on the pubis and on the ischium of the pelvis, which tear. We then speak more commonly of a groin strain . These thigh injuries often cause pain, called pubalgia, sitting at the level of the pubis, hip and around.