Overtraining is leading to hip surgery for teens

Overtraining is leading to hip surgery for teens

An interesting article today in the Independent about problems associated with teenage soccer, rugby and GAA players overtraining.  Patrick Carton, a leading orthopaedic surgeon at the Whitfield Clinic in Waterford, recommends training one hour, four times a week as a maximum.  You can read the full article here

If you have you hip injuries as a result of playing sport, why not ring the clinic and come in for an assessment with one of our Chartered Physiotherapists and use our rehabilitation gym and anti-gravity treadmill.

For further information about our Alter G anti gravity treadmill, have a look at our previous blog by clicking here

 


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