Most common treatment for soccer knee injury is the R.I.C.E method (Rest, Ice, Compress and Elevate). When the knee injury is more severe, it is best to take the proper time to heal, than to push yourself and play through the pain.
Treating knee injuries in young soccer players If it isn’t obvious already, there’s a difference between treating an injury – and doing it the right way to relieve pain, repair the damage, and very importantly – help prevent the same problem from happening again next week or years into the future.
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Objective: Evaluate the results of Pridie chondroplasty as an efficient treatment to recover the complete activity in soccer players and compare this with others chondral repair techniques. Material and methods: The patients were professional soccer players, all with a knee cartilage injury treated with the Pridie technique in an arthroscopic surgery between March 1999--December 2004.
ACL and Meniscus Tears. ACL and meniscus tears can put you on the bench for six months or longer. You may need surgery, but most injuries will at least require a rehabilitation program to help you fully regain strength and mobility in your knee .
Treating & Recovering from Patellar Tendonitis As soon as a soccer player realizes that the tendon has become swollen or tender, an ice therapy routine should be... If, after 3 or 4 days, the pain has not be relieved by icing, the next step would be to a brace or band on the knee. Ask... The next ...
You peel the top of the paper cup so that you can rub the ice on your injury. This is also great for Knee and Ankle injuries and all you need is 5 Minutes which saves time. Skin injuries (strawberries)* Another one of the common soccer injuries. These not-so-sweet injuries are going to happen to everyone (or at least it had better! 🙂 LOL). If you are 10+ and don’t get a Strawberry or a slide burn on the knee then you’re not playing hard enough in my opinion.
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