Why do I have groin pain?
Nerve injury, irritation, and infection may be the source of your discomfort. The groin nerves, which can include your testicular or vulvar area, can be entrapped or even damaged from surgery. Other nerves, such as those along the spine, may be compressed due to slipped discs.
When other possible causes such as infections have been ruled out and pain persists, our physicians have the necessary tools to diagnose and treat your groin pain. We are pleased to provide relief for patients struggling with this debilitating condition.
Is it time to see a Greater Maryland Pain Management physician?
Yes. We can help.
We know that groin pain interferes with your work, personal relationships, hobbies, and emotional well-being.
Our physicians have helped suffering patients restore their lives. Many patients were unable to maintain their jobs. They missed out on their favorite activities such as golfing, playing tennis, gardening, and other hobbies. The limitations sometimes lead to irritability and depression.
You, too, can gain control of your life.
How will your doctors help me?
With personalized and effective treatments.
Our board certified pain management physicians will ask when your groin pain started, the exact location of the pain, how often you have it, what makes it better or worse, and so on. These questions are designed to initiate a more in-depth discussion. We will design a unique treatment plan based on your history in conjunction with a thorough physical and neurological evaluation.
Our highly skilled pain management physicians believe a thorough and accurate evaluation is vital to constructing a successful treatment plan. Your evaluation is the first step to recovery.
Our medical doctors are expertly trained to deliver safe and effective care. Greater Maryland Pain Management is known for providing non-invasive procedures in a soothing environment. Patients find the brief procedures and minimal recovery times to be an attractive solution.
Pain medicine is a complex and nuanced area. Our physicians have the expertise to evaluate and implement pain medications as part of a comprehensive treatment plan. In addition to prescribing traditional pain medications, newer drug therapies are available to improve your quality of life.