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From First Kicks to the World Cup: Rehab for Common Soccer-Related Injuries

World CupBillions of fans will focus on Brazil from June 12 to July 13 as elite athletes from all corners of the globe gather to compete in the world’s most anticipated sporting event – the World Cup.

Rehab After a Sports Injury Can Put You Back in the Game

If you’re an athlete, sooner or later you may to have to deal with a sports injury.  The good news is that physical therapy can put you back in action, frequently to the same level of performance you enjoyed before your injury.

Concussions and the Prevention of Second Impact Syndrome

The topic of youth and professional sports-related concussions has been making the news recently. In Pennsylvania, legislation was recently passed that establishes standards for managing concussions and other brain injuries among student athletes.

Don’t Let an Ankle Sprain Keep You Down

Imagine you’re taking a leisurely stroll down the sidewalk, but you don’t notice that the sidewalk is uneven. As you set your foot down to take another step, you begin to lose your balance.

Normally, your ankle ligaments and leg muscles would kick in at this point, contracting to help you regain your balance. But, if you’ve endured repeated sprains to your ankle, these mechanisms may be damaged, and you would instead stumble or fall.

You could have chronic ankle instability.

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