Knee injuries in football are the most common, especially those to the anterior or posterior cruciate ligament (ACL/PCL) and to the menisci (cartilage of the knee). These knee injuries can adversely affect a player's longterm involvement in the sport. Football players also have a higher chance of ankle sprains due to the surfaces played on and cutting motions.
Shoulder injuries are also quite common and the labrum (cartilage bumper surrounding the socket part of the shoulder) is particularly susceptible to injury, especially in offensive and defensive linemen. In addition, injuries to the acromioclavicular joint (ACJ) or shoulder are seen in football players.
Using Gravity pre and post training and matches will completely balance the body, allowing the strained muscles and ligaments to relax and unwind. This 20 min session on Gravity, will creating a better state of balance and flexibility in your body, preparing your body better for any knocks, slips, trips or falls that it may incure during a game. Gravity is not just for injuries, it for injury prevention too. Its a gamer changer, excuse the pun, but Gravity helps to prevent and recover injuries, which will change your game forever. @ At the Murnaghan Clinic, with 20 years of experience, we know how to help prevent and help recover injuries quicker and better!