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david opar henry hammer Hamstring Injury
Tuesday 12th August 2014 
It is the most common injury in the Premier League and accounts for 49.3% of all muscular injuries reported in soccer yet risk management rather than prevention is the key when it comes to hamstring injuries.
 
 In this video Dr David Opar, Lecturer in the School of Exercise Science, Catholic University Melbourne, Australia explains Hamstring injuries and how they can be managed.
luis serratosa
Tuesday 22nd July 2014 
Success on the field of play is often attributed to the work that goes on behind the scenes. The manager, coaching staff, club administrators and medical staff all play a huge role in ensuring that the stars on the pitch have all the tools necessary to succeed.
 
Dr Luis Serratosa, Head of Rehabilitation, Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine at Quiron Hospital Madrid discusses the challenges of working as a Sports Physician in Professional Football and in particular Real Madrid.
 
This interview was filmed at the Sports Surgery Clinic’s Football Conference which took place in Santry, Dublin on May 17th 2014.
alan-byrne-dick-dunne
Tuesday 22nd July 2014 
The relationship between manager and team doctor is often one of the least talked about, but perhaps one of the most important interactions in football.
 
The manager’s job is to ensure that he picks a side that is fully fit, prepared and wins. To do that he needs the team Doctor to ensure the players fitness and health is managed during the time they are with the team.
 
Watch Dr. Alan Byrne, team doctor with the Republic of Ireland national team, talk about his role with the FAI in an interview recorded at Sports Surgery Clinic’s Football Conference

 

patellar-tendinopathy-infographic
Monday 21st July 2014 
Sports Surgery Clinic has received numerous enquiries from a number of sources seeking more information on Patellar Tendinopathy- the knee injury that has plagued Cristiano Ronaldo during this World Cup.
 
In order to facilitate these requests we have created the following infographic in conjunction with our Sports Medicine Department which explains the injury in detail.
hamstring-infographic
Thursday 17th July 2014 
Hamstring injuries account for a significant percentage of acute musculoskeletal injuries especially in sports involving  rapid acceleration/deceleration, sprinting and change of direction.
 
Hamstring Injuries are the most common injury in Football and have a significant rate of reccurrance, particularly if not rehabilitated correctly.
 
Our Performance Rehabilitation Team at Sports Surgery Clinic treat this injury on a daily basis and have created this infographic for your information.
 
Click on the photograph below to download in PDF
 
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