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Damage to the Hamstring Muscles at the back of the thigh is one of the most common, and highly publicised injuries in Sport. These injuries can be associated with dramatic footage of the injury occurring when sprinting or kicking.
Hamstring injuries are one of if not the most common injuries in sport and normally occur during high intensity running or kicking activities. There is generally a sharp 'catching' or 'grabbing' pain in the back of the leg along with pain and loss of function/power. If the strain is not too severe you may be able to continue playing with limitations.
What are the hamstrings? : · There are three muscles that make up the hamstring group at the back of your thigh · They bend the knee, help slow you down when running and help with the push off phase of running
Quadriceps Contusions also called "Corks", or "Corked Thighs" are one of the most common injuries in Sport.
The hamstring muscles are a group of three muscles which together make up the muscles at the back of the thigh. Injury to the hamstring muscles are common among athletes participating in sports involving sprinting and jumping.