How do you fix adductor strain?
Rest, ice, massage, and therapeutic ultrasonography have been recommended to treat long-standing groin pain. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and steroid injections have been suggested but have not been supported by controlled trials. Forceful adductor stretch under general anesthetic has been recommended.
How long does an adductor strain last?
There may be swelling or bruising in the groin area or inner thigh. If you have a bad strain, you may walk with a limp while it heals. Rest and other home care can help the muscle heal. Healing can take up to 3 weeks or more.
Can you walk with adductor strain?
Symptoms of a Strained Adductor
Like all muscle strains, they’re classified according to severity: Grade 1 is a minor adductor tear that causes discomfort, but you can still walk without much pain. Grade 2 is going to be much more painful and you’ll likely see bruising and swelling.