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Return to play rates high among NCAA Division I female soccer players after ACL reconstruction

March 13, 2016

Investigators of this study found high return-to-play rates after ACL reconstruction among collegiate female soccer players, especially those with athletic scholarships and those who underwent reconstruction early in their career.

Researchers contacted sports medicine and athletic training staff from 14 institutions in the National Collegiate Athletic Association Southeastern Conference. Investigators sent each institution a spreadsheet with instructions and response choices with regard to criteria for inclusion. Requested information on female soccer players who underwent ACL reconstruction during the past 8 years included athlete, injury, surgical technique and return-to-play data.

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Link seen with low normalized knee separation, risk of lower extremity injury in female youth soccer players

March 11, 2016
Among post-menarchal soccer players, investigators found a correlation between low normalized knee separation during drop-jump testing and an increased chance of lower…
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High proportion of upper limb injuries found among child soccer players

March 8, 2016
Children who played soccer had a relatively high proportion of fractures and bone stress, as well as injuries to the upper limbs, according to results. Coaches of…
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Study highlights increased number of ACL tears among youth

October 29, 2015
The number of ACL tears among adolescents and school-aged children has increased during the past 20 years, according to results recently presented at the American…
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Ankle Skin Temperature Changes Following Ice Bag Application With Compression at Varying Levels of Elevation

Athletic Training and Sports Health Care, July/August 2017, Volume 9 Issue 4
To determine whether lower limb elevation influences skin interface temperature during and following a 30-minute…
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Chronic OA Management: Volume 3, Number 2

This activity is supported by an educational grant from sanofi-aventis U.S.

Osteoarthritis (OA) is a chronic, progressive and multifactorial disease characterized by degenerative and inflammatory…
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Age, higher BMI result in higher risks after Achilles tendon injury

August 5, 2014
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