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Hi guys, I'm now nearly 6 months into my recovery. I had a FFA soccer scholarship and things were looking good until I injured myself on the 2nd day of
I am a Forty year old middle school teacher. Two years ago, (December of 2009) I completely tore my right ACL while coaching my basketball team. I was
I was a pretty good soccer player and was going to be a freshman in high school. My brother played football so I decided to see if I could kick a field
Hello all- my name is Craig, and I’m a 39 year old male in central Virginia…and here begins my tale! A friend and I had started a pretty intense exercise
Hi. I'm a 37 year old athletic woman & RN who enjoys running, exercise & being active with my family. Well, 20 years ago as a 16 year old cheerleader,
It was the greatest time of my life. I was at my favorite volleyball camp in the world, and that day seemed to be perfect. My roommate and I were having
Completed my first year of BJJ and I popped my right knee while controlling an opponent during live action. I talked to my sports surgeon and he read the
I need some help or advice. But I guess I should start by explaining my story. I tore my ACl, LCL and meniscus, so I had surgery to repair and fix them