Injuries Plaguing Star Players Throughout 2018 World Cup

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When an average person or even an athlete gets injured while being active, they can schedule a few appointments with a sports injury doctor and engage in physical therapy. That being said, only 35% of all physical therapy patients adhere to their plans of care, despite their immense importance. For the best athletes in the world, since any injury can keep them off the field and jeopardize their entire livelihood, they need to ensure that they are sticking to their pain alleviation and physical therapy plans.

The 2018 World Cup is underway and there are dozens of all-star players battling injuries that could potentially ruin their country’s chances of winning the most coveted title in soccer. Here are some of the key players who are struggling with various injuries throughout the 2018 World Cup:

    • Mohamed Salah – Liverpool F.C.’s star player Mo Salah is virtually the only chance Egypt has to make a statement in this year’s World Cup. Salah has been dealing with a shoulder injury he sustained in the Champions League final against Real Madrid. His absence resulted in Egypt losing 1-0 against Uruguay in the country’s first match. Despite missing the first match, Salah seems poised to make his return against Russia, coming off their 5-0 victory over Saudi Arabia.

 

    • Neymar – The most expensive player in the world has been battling a foot and ankle injury for a while, but the Brazilian star looks to make his mark on this World Cup. As Neymar battled back from his injuries, he’s worked alongside some of the best and brightest sports injury doctors in the world. Brazil’s first match against Switzerland resumed in a 1-1 dray. Neymar played despite his injury and was actually fouled more than any other World Cup player in over 20 years.

 

    • Youssef Msakni – Tunisia’s 27-year-old star has been ruled out of the entire tournament. Youssef Msakni, a midfielder for Qatari club, Al-Duhail, suffered a knee ligament in April. Tunisia will have to rely on Msakni’s replacement, Wabi Khazri for the rest of the Cup.

If you’re in need of pain alleviation and want to speak with a qualified sports injury doctor at a trusted pain management center, contact us right away.

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