I recently read two separate articles from two separate publications and they discussed OA (Osetoarthritis) which is what an athlete can develop with each traumatic joint injury suffered, plus the lasting effects and prevention strategies.
Osetoarthritis is the gradual wearing out of the protective cartilage that covers the end of our bones, which leads to pain, stiffness, and loss of flexibility in the joint, most commonly affects the knee, hip, hands and spine.
Because of the associated damage that occurs, ACL injuries can increase the risk of future knee osteoarthritis. Studies suggest that one third of athletes who sustain an ACL tear and reconstruction will develop knee OA within 10 years.
Both publications went on to say that lower extremity injuries can be reduced 40-70% by implementing a structured prevention program, especially for female soccer players!
Hence, why I decided to come up with a quick at home workout. The program can be done in the confines of your living room.
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