Soccer Injuries

The ability to be on the top or your game depends on the ability of your body to perform at optimal peak when on demand. In order to run, jump, cut, or kick your body needs to have balance and stabilization. You need to be able to shift your weight to the left as well as the right. 

The strength and flexibility of your quadriceps needs to be balanced by the strength and flexibility of your hamstrings and gluteals. 

The tightness of your back needs to be offset by the strength of your abdominal muscles. Here at Integration Physical Therapy we focus on restoring your position to neutral and retrain yours muscles to shift from front to back and side to side symmetrically and teach you how to maintain this position to prevent re-injury and get back in the game as quickly as possible.

PRI Resources for Soccer

Frontal Plane

Why You Need to Be Able to Squat

Acetabular Femoral Internal Rotation

Hamstring Muscle - To Stretch or Strengthen

Postural Symmetry to Prevent Injury

PRI Soccer Drills