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Quantifying the functional rehabilitation of injured football players
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    Quantifying the functional rehabilitation of injured football players
    • Michael J. Stone, Club Doctor
    • Other Contributors:
      • Rob Swire, Neil Hough, John Davin, Richard Merron, Mandy Johnson.

    Dear Editor,

    We feel the points raised in the article by Fuller et al (1) are interesting but need to be addressed from both a practical as well as an academic perspective.

    From a theoretical viewpoint the concept of reaching certain performance levels in a battery of tests before a player returns to training following injury is an attractive proposition. We feel however that there are many practical...

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