This 17-year-old male football player presented with a three-month history of highly localised anterior knee pain. The pain was provoked by activity but typically warmed-up during exercise allowing him to continue. He reported it aching following activity.
This football player presented immediately following a valgus injury to his planted left leg. He was struck in a heavy challenge and sustained a valgus force through his knee.
A 14-year-old football goalkeeper presents with a painful left shoulder. He reports this developing after a heavy landing onto his left side. Further questioning suggests that this may have appeared relatively insidiously.
A 21-year-old professional football player presented with a two-month history of increasing posterior ankle pain. This was initially only present when striking a ball from his ‘laces’. It is now present when sprinting and jumping.
A 54-year-old woman presents after an innocuous twisting injury sustained while playing football with her kids. She describes a strong sense of something having ‘gone out of place’.
This 28-year-old recreational football player presented with a six-month history of recurring ankle pain and swelling. The player reported a history of multiple previous ankle sprains.
This 40+-year-old recreational football player presents with a relatively acute onset of pain felt in the region of his left sternoclavicular joint (SCJ). He developed this while doing a bench-press exercise.
This 14-year-old male football player presented with a three-month history of increasing medial knee pain. The pain is worse with activity and improved with rest. He reported noticing that his knee has been swollen after football.
A 15-year-old male football player presented an acute onset of anterior hip pain provoked by striking a football. It was immediately painful and he could not continue.
This 13-year-old male player prevented with a history of recurring ankle sprains. At the time of his assessment his ankle ached at rest and his mother describes how he frequently walked with a limp.