Learn how to avoid the most damaging soccer injuries with this guide to proper injury prevention.
The results of a three-year survey have shown the most common soccer injuries among youth players, and how they can be prevented. Dr. Kirkendall has suggestions for staying in the game, and off the bench.
What do you do if you hear your knee pop but it feels OK? Bruce Morgan, the head trainer for the San Jose Earthquakes, fills us in on the proper way to handle knee injuries on the pitch.
Why are your child's heels constantly hurting? Find out what's bothering them and learn what you can do to alleviate the pain.
San Jose Earthquakes head trainer Bruce Morgan shares insight on why soccer players frequently suffer from painful shins.
Indoor is the perfect way for people to get their soccer fix. However, it's not without an injury risk. Learn how you can stay healthy when moving inside.
There are many soccer injuries that don't get the same mention as the more common ankle and knee sprains. And a lot of them are preventable with only a measure of common sense.
Groin injuries are fairly common among professional soccer players, but how can it be prevented? One study found out how to lower the injury rate.