Sunday, September 9, 2012

Prevention of ACL Injuries in Football

UK Health Radio Guest Contributor, Saudi academic researcher Abdullah F. Alghannam, has published his paper, titled ‘Prevention of ACL Injuries in Football’, on UK Health Radio.
ACL injuries threaten the careers of many athletes and recreational participants in many sporting events. In football, the occurrence of ACL injury is considerably high.

However, it was shown that prevention training programs could reduce the risk of this problem and therefore would be an advantage in terms of both avoidance of injury and being time and cost effective. The current review was aimed to address the specific components of both successful and unsuccessful prevention programs to provide evidence-based global guidelines for the reduction of ACL injury risk.

To read the full paper: please click here



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