If you experience a soccer-related injury or just want to minimize your risk, you will receive comprehensive care from a team of specialists. Orthopaedic surgeons, sports medicine doctors, physician assistants, physical therapists, athletic trainers, psychologists, nutritionists, and others can help restore function, speed time to recovery, and provide training on injury prevention.
The most common types of soccer injuries, sprains and strains to ankles and knees, were all significantly reduced. It is concluded that the proposed prophylactic program, including close supervision and correction by doctors and physiotherapists, significantly reduces soccer injuries.
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Athletes who play soccer can suffer both overuse and acute musculoskeletal injuries. Some of the injuries above are not serious, while others require long absences from the sport and even surgery. If a soccer injury keeps an athlete out of soccer for any period of time, it can be worthwhile to see a doctor or orthopedic surgeon to learn the extent of the injury and plan treatment.
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