I just stumbled on this website and forum, so bear with me if I am not posting correctly. My wife and I are desparately looking for help for our daughter, a gymnast for 10 years. For the last 4 years, she has battled a recurring groin issue. Its not a simple groin muscle pull. I have had those. This is different, and seems to be in the adductor/groin area. She will occasionally get a shooting pain on moves where she pulls her legs together quickly, or has to swing her legs around. Round off. Cast to handstand. Shoot over. Skills like that. The odd thing is that she will be fine for months, do a certain move, then wham, sharp pain. She has to stop. The pain is pretty short lived. It may even be ok by the next day. The problem is that she never knows when it will happen again. This has ruled her gymnastics life for the last 4 years and it is just hard to watch. She is always worried about it happening. Like all gymnasts, she has had other injuries, but they have been identified and treated, and she is back. I cant even call this an injury, its something chronic. Thats the frustrating part. We have recently seen an orthopedic, PT, chiropractor, on an on. Nobody can seem to absolutely identify what it is, and even better, how to fix it. This is keeping her from fully enjoying the sport she so loves, and as parents, I am sure you can imagine how hard that is to watch. Looking for any help or those that have dealt with something similar.