Soccer injuries can happen to athletes at any level and at any age. Activities like sprinting, pivoting, slide tackling, and kicking lend themselves to certain types of injuries that commonly occur among soccer players. Understanding these injuries can help you be proactive in preventing them, and take steps to speed up the recovery process when they do happen.Read More >
Most athletes suffer some kind of injury during the course of a season, whether they are minor sprains and strains or more serious tears in a muscle or ligament. Soccer players are particularly susceptible to injuries in the lower extremities such as:Read More >
As temperatures start to drop, soccer athletes often move indoors to stay fit and active throughout the winter. Indoor soccer is an excellent way to maintain cardiovascular health and stay strong for the outdoor season. However, the same types of injuries are still a risk no matter where you play. Pulled muscles, contusions, sprains, and hip and groin injuries can happen just as easily indoors, so it’s important to take steps to prevent them.Read More >
Whether you have injured your ACL, MCL, or meniscus, knee surgery is sometimes the best solution for getting you back in the game. If your doctor does recommend surgery, it's important to be prepared for the post-operative recovery process as much as possible. The more you are committed to healing quickly, the faster you will be back on your feet.