Results published in The American Journal of Sports Medicine showed a higher rate of new ACL injuries and other new knee injuries among female soccer players who underwent ACL reconstruction compared with knee-healthy controls.
Researchers matched 117 active female soccer players who had undergone ACL reconstruction with 119 knee-healthy female soccer players from the same teams. Researchers had players answer a web-based questionnaire that addressed players’ participation in soccer, new acute-onset or nontraumatic injuries to either knee or injury to other body locations six times

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