They still aren’t even sure what fkn causes it, and judging by ALL literature on it, OUR guys have done it by the book.
If you want to blame anyone,… blame JD for getting the OP, … that makes as much sense as anything else when it comes to this.
Osteitis pubis is a common cause of chronic groin pain, especially in athletes. Although a precise etiology is not defined , it seems to be related to muscular imbalance and pelvic instability . Diagnosis is based on detailed history, clinical evaluation, and imaging, which are crucial for a correct diagnosis and proper management. Many different therapeutic approaches have been proposed for osteitis pubis ; conservative treatment represents the first-line approach and provides good results in most patients, especially if based on an individualized multimodal rehabilitative management. Different surgical options have been also described, but they should be reserved to recalcitrant cases . In this review, a critical analysis of the literature about athletic osteitis pubis is performed, especially focusing on its diagnostic and therapeutic management.