Treating a Labral Tear

Groin pain may stem from a tear in a ring of cartilage in the hip joint. It can be repaired.

Pain in the groin and a feeling of instability at the hip signals a problem inside the hip joint, possibly osteoarthritis. But these symptoms may also stem from a different condition, especially in young and middle-aged adults.
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