A hip adductor strain refers to injury caused by damage (overextension, tear or complete rupture) to the muscles in the groin area. This type of injury is known colloquially as a pulled groin muscle and is commonly observed among those involved in sports that require a lot of running, jumping or sudden changes in direction, e.g. soccer, football or hockey. In common with other injuries involving pulled muscles, the typical symptoms are a popping or snapping feeling at the time the injury is incurred, followed by pain and tenderness in the groin area and the inside of the thigh. The supports below can help with the pain and discomfort of this injury and can also promote more rapid recovery from it if used under the care and supervision of your medical advisor.