Players, coaches and families take notice: after further video review, two common movements put athletes at high risk for soccer Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injuries. Articles in the April 2015 British Journal of Sports Medicine (males only) and May/June 2015 Sports Health (males/females) reviewed videos of soccer ACL injuries. Both confirmed that landing...

There is little doubt that soccer goalkeepers are just a bit different than field players. From legally using hands to their array of jumping and diving abilities, goalkeepers develop unique skill sets. Thus, it shouldn’t be surprising that soccer goalkeeper have different types and causes of injuries The good...

It’s not all doom and gloom after undergoing an ACL reconstruction. There are many factors that help dictate success as an athlete attempts to return to sport. Studies show that a good subset can get back to their pre-injury levels and go on to compete...

INJURY PREVENTION: SOCCER With more and more kids and teens playing soccer, so comes the risk of injury. Today, players are suffering from head injuries, groin injuries, knee injuries, hamstring pulls and broken bones. Schedule Dr. Koutures to come speak to your coaching staff or families! Some common topics...