Appropriate follow-up for most of the conditions described involves clinical observation through resolution of symptoms.
Pre- and post-treatment the patient should be evaluated with a patient-based outcome score to monitor the effect of the treatment. The Copenhagen Hip And Groin Outcome Score (HAGOS) is developed and validated for this and is recommended. 
Patients who develop recurring overuse syndromes should be counselled on pre-exercise stretching and proper warm-up. In addition, appropriate strengthening of core muscle groups (e.g., abdominals, pelvic floor, and low back) and maintaining fitness of agonist-antagonist muscle groups should be stressed (e.g., hip adductors and abductors, hip adductors and abdominals). Appropriate rest and rehabilitation of these injuries as a first-line intervention following their acute presentation is important in order to avoid possible recurrence.