FEMALE SOCCER PLAYERS WITH ANTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENT RECONSTRUCTION HAVE A HIGHER RISK OF NEW KNEE INJURIES AND QUIT SOCCER TO A HIGHER DEGREE THAN KNEE-HEALTHY CONTROLS

Review written by Dr Christina Le info

BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVE

It’s a story heard far too often in soccer - a player has torn their anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and will be out for 9-12 months. In female soccer players specifically, the risk of sustaining an ACL injury is 2-3

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