Soccer is a fast-paced team sport that often includes falls and collisions.
Learn the most common causes of soccer injuries, including ACL tears, shin splints, concussions, and pulled groins, and what you can do to prevent them.
Soccer injury prevention information. Tips on preventing soccer injuries and identifying overuse and trauma injuries in kids.
The scenario might seem familiar: A player sprints over the wing and suddenly he begins to hobble, slows down and reaches for the back of his thigh.
Dr Kevin Lee, an orthopaedic surgeon at Mount Elizabeth Hospital, talks about the 10 most common soccer-related injuries and their symptoms.
Learn more about common soccer injuries, including sprains, strains, and fractures, to protect yourself from injury on the field.
Ever imagined what could possibly be the worst soccer injury of all time?
A thigh contusion is also known as a dead leg or charley horse and is caused by direct trauma to the muscle.
Knee injuries in soccer are very common. This is especially true for women, where tears of the ACL may most commonly occur due ...
Self-Reported Injury History and Lower Limb Function as Risk Factors for Injuries in Female Youth Soccer