Fractures, Dislocations & Cartilage damage

With its’ fast and sharp movements, football puts a lot of pressure on a player’s bones and joints. Occasionally, this can lead to severe injuries that can see players out of the game for a long time. Grassroot players, young academy players, their parents and coaches, learn from medical experts, the footballing elite. They share their recommendations on how to treat and prevent injuries like shin splints, meniscus tears or ankle sprains in exclusive videos and interviews.

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Alex Morgan - Superstar
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Osgood Schlatter's and Sever's Disease: overuse football injuries in children
MANAGE ACTIVITY
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Why the Meniscus is the no.1 operation on footballers
FREQUENT INJURY
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Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injuries and footballers, the facts.
THE SERIOUS ONE
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Metatarsal injury is the most highlighted in football
FOOT PAIN