Meet the 8 Muscles Causing Your Pelvic & Groin Pain

OC TriAthlete Massage Pain Relief for Pelvic & Groin Pain.

Activities that can cause a prolapsed or tipped uterus:
  • Falls

  • Car Accidents

  • Overstretching during pregnancy/labor, resulting in weakened ligaments

  • Running on concrete

  • Chronic constipation

  • High-impact activities like dancing, aerobics, horseback riding, or gymnastics

  • Wearing heels

Sports that can cause groin /pelvic pain:
  • Soccer

  • Water Polo

  • Equestrians

  • Swimmers

  • Cyclists

  • Gymnastics

  • Weightlifters

  • MMA & Martial Arts

AB Massage is not just for fertility. It's also beneficial to :

Women who have had hysterectomies, men, and children.

in men, the abdominal massage ensures:

  • A full blood supply to the prostate, preventing swelling and inflammation.

  • It can help also help relieve premature ejaculation and the need to urinate frequently.

It is a wonderful way to naturally regulate and improve painful periods. That's right. Periods are not supposed to be painful.

Emotions are stored in the abdomen

Many cultures focus on the abdomen as a source of healing and power. The abdomen is also home to three of the six main chakras. reopens blocked energy paths and can release blocked chi, or life force, that has accumulated due to pent-up emotions.

Wellness Benefits


  • Strengthens uterine ligaments

  • Decreases ligament discomfort

  • Enhances optimal function and alignment of all reproductive organs

  • Supports optimal fetal alignment


  • Decreases chronic muscle tension, restores balance to overstretch muscles and ligaments.

  • Improves pelvic alignment, addressing sciatic and hip pain.

  • Improves sacrum mobility and alignment to facilitate an efficient birth.


  • Improves blood flow to mother and baby.

  • Improves blood flow to pelvic floor muscles.

  • Improves lymphatic circulation and decreases incidence of edema (swelling).


  • Releases tension in ribcage and diaphragm, making it easier to breathe more deeply

  • Reduces rib pain


  • Increases oxytocin, suppressing tension and anxiety and cultivating confidence for mother and her love for her baby.

  • Supports emotional healing of past traumas.


  • Helps with digestion, reducing nausea and heartburn.

  • Improves absorption of nutrients

  • Improves elimination

Postpartum Recovery & Healing

Postpartum is a time of physical and emotional adjustments. A new mother’s body undergoes physiological and structural changes as part of healing from labor and birth and to return to her pre-pregnant state.

Postpartum massage relaxes muscles, increases circulation, and lowers stress hormones, bringing both physical and emotional relief. & facilitates recovery. It supports the uterus and ligaments to return to an optimal position and helps bring the pelvis into balance.

  1. Coccygeus (Only You or PT or Osteopath can massage this area)

  2. Levator Ani (Only You or PT or Osteopath can massage this area)

  3. Obturator Internus (Only You or PT or Osteopath can massage this area)

  4. Adductor Magnus

  5. Piriformis

  6. Adductor Longus and Brevis

  7. Iliopsoas

  8. Abdominal Obliques


See the referral pain below:


Right after your massage therapy, you will likely feel more relaxed and rested than when you came in. The day after your therapy, you may feel a bit sore. This is actually a normal occurrence for many types of this therapy. During a Therapeutic Massage I utilize cross-fiber friction, trigger point therapy, and myofascial release to "work out " the knots in your muscles. Massage it comparable to a strenuous workout, after which your muscles may be sore. Another factor that can cause soreness after this therapy is dehydration. If your muscles are not hydrated enough to be pliable, they will be sore the next day. That's why we recommended being hydrated for your appointment & to drink half your weight in ounces of water after your session.


Book Your session today and lets create a plan to get your out of pain, get your range of motion back and prevent injury.

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