Upper Limb, Spine and Target Groups

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While shoulder problems represent less than 3% of all injuries, their impact on a player’s career can be very significant.

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Scientific studies show that around one third of the adult population suffers from neck problems.

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Injuries to the elbow are not common in football. Acute injuries are likely to occur during games and training.

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Hand and finger injuries comprise up to half of all sporting injuries presenting for treatment in the general population.

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There are important anatomical differences in the structure of growing bone when compared with adult bone.

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Dental and orofacial injuries can occur in football and are of particular concern because they will not “heal”.

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In 2007, 26 million girls and women were playing football in more than 180 countries.

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Compared with the players, officials are generally older and are more likely to sustain overuse injuries.

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Approximately 20% of the global population is living with some form of disability.

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While the rate of injury is relatively low, 36% of players complain about low back pain.

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