Most athletes need more than two weeks to recover from a sports-related concussion, a new study shows.
New guidance says that young children should no longer head footballs during training.
Male and female football players had similar rates of head collision events during recent international football tournaments but more medical assessments were carried out in the women’s game, according to a new study published in JAMA.
High-intensity group workout classes are becoming increasingly popular. It’s an effective style of training, with cardiovascular and other benefits, but there has been little research on whether participants are more likely to suffer injuries.
An athlete’s brain may still not be fully recovered one year after being allowed to return to play, according to new research.
New research offers further evidence that young people who specialise in one sport may have an increased risk of injury.
A new exercise programme has been made available to help reduce the risk of injuries in rugby at all levels of the game.
After suffering an injury, professional football players face a lower risk of becoming injured again if they complete more training sessions before their first match.
Researchers have developed a simple computational model that could help predict post-traumatic osteoarthritis (PTOA).
Children are more likely to suffer head injuries playing recreational sport than contact sports typically associated with risk of concussion, a new study shows.