October 22, 2016 / American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Annual Assembly / New Orleans, Louisiana

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Lecture: Chronic Groin Pain and Sports Hernia

Dr. Mark Zoland presented the history, diagnosis, and treatment to the annual assembly conference. The discussion included A panel of specialists regarding non-operative and operative treatment of groin and hip disorders. A question and answer session followed. The information was well received and supplemented by multiple specialists in the field.

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