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Interests: Training, Football, Reading, Health, Rehabilitation, Music, Physiotherapy


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04 Aug 2018 21:40:51
Gordon Ramsey could be useful as help in the kitchen, and perhaps helsing out at half time with hair dryer pep talks. I do not see how the other Ramsey (the Arsenal dude) will get in to the the Liverpool midfield.

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09 Jul 2018 07:59:18
Kloppboss and RedalLover. I wrote you a reply, but manged to post it on the trend believe this one.

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09 Jul 2018 07:18:08
Sorry for the late reply Kloppboss. The study was of top athletes in football, rugby and aussie rules rugby, so no golfers Involved. Ox reruptured his ligament in one of three classical situation where he tried to regain possesion of the ball, the other two are after heading (the landing situation), and the last one is cut and turn moves. Those three situations are almost the only situations where fotballens at a top level gets an ACL injury. The risk of rerupture is significantly higher the first match after the first injury, there is also a higher risk of reinjury if you come back to playing matches before 9 months after the first injury, and the risk gets less and less until 12 months after the first injury, after that there is now significant difference if you wait even longer.
If you look at all athletes in all levels of sport the return to sport at the same level they were before the injury, the number is s low as 54 % (recent review from Clare Ardern and her study Group) .

Redallover: the study you are referring to is from Jan Ekstrands group (he runs the UEFA medical study group where all the participant club in Champions league are invited to join, a study that are ongoing and has been so for the last 16 years), and much has happened since 2001. There were a lot higher reinjury rate at that time, and most injuries has a lot lower injury rate. There are still high Numbers of injury rate when it comes to muscle injuries, especially hamstring injuries, but the last data seems to finally to show improvement there as well (not published yet, but presented at the isokinetic medical conference at camp nou, juni 2.-4, 2018).

Make no mistake, an ACL injury is a serious injury, and will probably lead to early OA (oestoarthritis) in early are, and many that are not at a top level will never come back to sports. But there have been major advances in preventing, and handling ACL injuries at all levels. The 11+ programme has shows to be preventing at youth level and lower levels, at high levels it is a little bit more advanced. And as said earlier on ACL injuries usually comes with various secondary injuries that could cause some problems.

The biggest risk of any injury is previous injuries (so a player that has been injured, has a greater risk of a new injury of any sort), and exposure (time spent in training and match, where playing a match is more than double risk than training in acute injuries and muscle inuries that are more of an overloadinjury, other overloadinjuries seems to occur more in training) .

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08 Jul 2018 16:21:49
I trust ed001 on this. None of us know what happened for real, if it is the knee, there will not be detailed info on Fekirs knee available for us. ACL injury could be careerending, but 98 % of athletes at a top level comes back to their former level. Reinjury is an area where there is produced little research about, but on studio shows a reinjury rate at 5,6 % (just 176 top athletes in the study) . There are big differences in secondary injuries (in ACL injuries), from non to meniscusinjuries, cartilage injuries, tendoninjuries and on and on. The medical staffs are getting better and better in handling these injuries, so if the real problem is Fekirs knee there is either a more complexinjury (most likelydende cartilageinjury), or there is a tactical matter to get the price down (or a different payment structure), or there is a whole different matter that we don't know anything about.

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09 May 2018 19:41:51
Hard to say how long Ox will be out with that general information. If it had been an ACL injury I would expect him to have surgery by now. Looking at the situation it could have been an ACL injury, that would rule him out for 9-12 months, and research shows that just 55. % returns to the level of sport after surgery. But my first guess would be MCL (medial collateral ligament, on the inside of the knee), that would be about 3 months away from football training, but he could train strength and running a lot sooner. So I hope for a MCL injury, but we'll se in pre-season, unless there is more info from the club ahead of pre-season.

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23 Aug 2018 18:59:56
Good to see you back Salah. I hope that you are doing well considering what you have been through. I hope for a speedy and ful recovery for you. Best wishes for you and your family.

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20 May 2018 18:57:24
There are some research on heading and long term head injuries, and there seems to be a small connection. Introducing headgear has been tried out, and there seem to be little help from the headgear. The biggest problem in football and head injuries seems to be head to head impacts and elbows to the head, hence the recent changes in rules. The medical straff and researchers would like the punishment for elbows to the head to be more severe, but there is some resistance from the FA and similar commities in other countries, and some resistance from the Referees and their governing commities.

Care of the athlete after headinjuries are important, rest is very important, but that is something that competes with the importance to get the player to play matches as soon as possible, and there are more difficult to decide when the player is fullt renovered after a concussion than after most other injuries.

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{Ed002's Note - It may help to search on "Jeff Astle" and "heading".}


 

 

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27 Apr 2018 19:55:08
I am very sad to read that Ed002 has this site. He has an impressive insight in the everything that goes on in the game of the field, that we have very few channels to get an insight in. I love reading his (and the other Eds comments and insight), even if I not always like the fact that are presented to me, but they are facts and info that gives me further insight and depths in understanding.

I can only imagine what kind of comments that are deleted, and I do not envy the eds the job to read through all that. You eds are all doing a really amazing job for all of us that like football. Thank you.

I really hope that Ed002 are coming back to this site one day (hopefully soon), because I for one will surely miss your amazing knowledge and ability to share that knowledge.

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19 Jan 2018 17:55:32
The whole teeth and backpain assosiation is nonsense. It sounds like old school thinking (like early 1900 century) . Suarez might have given some opponents back pain biting them, but that is also the only connection I see between teeth and back pain :)

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19 Jan 2018 17:42:46
Sorry for the late reply. I could elaborate a little bit of injuries, but I need a little bit of time, so the eds can publisert it as an article if they want to. There has been a lot of research on football injuries and rehabilitation over the last decades. I´ll put what I found out in my thesis there. Henderson injuries as ed said has nothing to do with his gait or running style, some of the best athletes in the world have all but textbook ways to move. Everyone finds the most efficient way to move according to how their body is built.

Hendo and Sturridge can recover but are more at risk of getting injuries. But that is a complex matter. Injury is not always injury, it is also about cognitive factors like depression, anxiety/ fear, motivation and lots of other factors that drives/ produced pain.

One of the most difficult things in rehab is the last period before return to play where the conditioning of the player has to be close to perfect. Overload or underload of the players can easily be the cause of the injury. That also is a risk factor for overuse injuries in healthy players.

I'll start working on an injury article to publish if the eds are ok with that.

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{Ed025's Note - more than ok with it lofoten mate...cheers..