Osteitis Pubis

Osteitis pubis refers to inflammation of the pubic joint. It is typically due to repetitive overuse, either by direct compression of the joint or a repetitive pulling of the joint via surrounding structures resulting in irritation and inflammation at the front of the pelvis where the two pubic bones meet.

Osteitis pubis typically presents as a deep pain within the groin with a history of a sudden forced adduction (inwards pull) of the leg or of repetitive microtrauma to the region commonly seen in kicking and running sports (like soccer and football). Osteitis pubis is also a common condition seen in pregnancy.

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