- A total of 79 youth and collegiate female soccer players (ages 12-25) trained with a WNM device applying topical pressure to the quadriceps and hamstring muscles.
- They completed seven to nine weeks of pre-season training with the device consisting of strength and conditioning exercises along with regular team practices.
- None of the athletes in the study experienced an ACL injury during training or the entire course of the season.
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- Dr. Zachariah Logan Joins Texas Orthopedics
- How Much Salt Do Runners Need?
- Dislocating Your Shoulder & How to Avoid It
- Walk Away Your Knee Pain
- There's A New Player Joining Our Team
- Texas Orthopedics on Pediatric Overuse Injuries
- Ankle Exercises
- Women, Soccer, and ACL Injuries
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