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Which factors differentiate athletes with hip/groin pain from those without? A systematic review with meta-analysis.

Mosler AB, Agricola R, Weir A, Hölmich P, Crossley KM - Br J Sports Med (2015)

Bottom Line: Two authors independently screened search results, assessed study quality, and performed data extraction.A best evidence synthesis was performed on the remaining outcome measures.Strong evidence was found that lower patient-reported outcome (PRO) scores, altered trunk muscle function, and moderate evidence of bone oedema and secondary cleft sign were associated with hip/groin pain.

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Affiliation: Rehabilitation Department, Aspetar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital, Doha, Qatar School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

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Forest plot: association between hip/groin pain and hip internal rotation range of motion measured with 90° hip and knee flexion.
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BJSPORTS2015094602F4: Forest plot: association between hip/groin pain and hip internal rotation range of motion measured with 90° hip and knee flexion.

Mentions: Hip IR was measured in supine with the hip and knee at 90° flexion in 2 moderate quality studies.3335 Meta-analysis provided moderate evidence that hip IR range measured in supine was less in athletes with hip/groin pain; SMD=0.58 (0.14–1.01) figure 4. This moderate effect equated to an average of 3.83° (0.31–7.75°) of reduced hip IR in the athletes with pain.


Which factors differentiate athletes with hip/groin pain from those without? A systematic review with meta-analysis.

Mosler AB, Agricola R, Weir A, Hölmich P, Crossley KM - Br J Sports Med (2015)

Forest plot: association between hip/groin pain and hip internal rotation range of motion measured with 90° hip and knee flexion.
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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BJSPORTS2015094602F4: Forest plot: association between hip/groin pain and hip internal rotation range of motion measured with 90° hip and knee flexion.
Mentions: Hip IR was measured in supine with the hip and knee at 90° flexion in 2 moderate quality studies.3335 Meta-analysis provided moderate evidence that hip IR range measured in supine was less in athletes with hip/groin pain; SMD=0.58 (0.14–1.01) figure 4. This moderate effect equated to an average of 3.83° (0.31–7.75°) of reduced hip IR in the athletes with pain.

Bottom Line: Two authors independently screened search results, assessed study quality, and performed data extraction.A best evidence synthesis was performed on the remaining outcome measures.Strong evidence was found that lower patient-reported outcome (PRO) scores, altered trunk muscle function, and moderate evidence of bone oedema and secondary cleft sign were associated with hip/groin pain.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Rehabilitation Department, Aspetar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital, Doha, Qatar School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus