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Articles, discussion and opinion on sports medical issues in Spanish football..     


This section gives a different take on football, and looks at the management of injuries and other sports medicine topics relative to the Spanish game.


The topics covered are rarely discussed on regular football blogs and in this respect I’ve tried to be a little bit different!!

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Click on the stories below to read more…


Opinion:  It's only a dead-leg; just run it off!  

We've heard this a lot haven't we, but is this really true?  Unfortunately, there are some 'dead-legs' that you can't just 'run off'.


Fluid replacement:  How much do we really need to drink?

We're always being told to drink water in order to avoid the risks of becoming dehydrated.  But how much do we really need to drink?


The joys of pre-season training

Pre-season training can be a testing time; especially if you've missed most of last term through injury but have promised the manager and coaches that you'll be fit for the new season...


Swimming caps are becoming the preferred way in football of protecting head wounds

Using a swimming cap for protection of head wounds ​has now become so commonplace that everyone’s doing it …


700 games up and Betis legend Joaquín Sánchez is still going strong in La Primera at the age of 38 !! 

At most clubs “older” players can often be found leaving the graft to younger colleagues, but not in this case ...


Nacho Fernández at Real Madrid has been Type 1 

diabetic since he was 12 years old

Despite being told by doctors as a twelve-year old that he would never make it as a footballer, Nacho quickly overcame this obstacle...


Twitter expands: 

Thanks to social media, it's easy to give an opinion on injury matters and Twitter provides an ideal way of doing this.   


But of course, not everything fits in to a tweet and in order to do a subject justice or even to explain an injury or condition in more detail, sometimes a longer explanation is required.  


The link above takes you to the 'twitter expands' page; where some of the topics I've recently mentioned on twitter are discussed in more detail.  


This has turned out to be one of the most popular pages on the website; so thanks again to everyone who follows!!


Don't forget …


Stay on the ball with regular updates and information about injuries, training and rehabilitation affairs by following:
twitter @Vam_os

Please feel free to email your

thoughts and opinions to:
vamos@injuriesandmore.com​​

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Vamos !! Looking from the Bench

​​​​​Articles, discussion and opinion on sports medical issues in Spanish football


Click on the stories below to read more ..


Fluid replacement:  How much do we really need to drink?


Welcome to the joys of pre-season training...


Swimming caps are becoming the preferred way ​of protecting head wounds


700 games up and Betis legend Joaquín Sánchez is still going strong at 37!!


Nacho at Real Madrid has been Type 1 diabetic since he was 12 years old


Vamos  - Twitter expands:


Nowadays, thanks to social media, it's easy to give a quick comment or opinion on injury matters and Twitter provides an ideal way of doing this.   

But of course, sometimes not everything fits in to a tweet so the link above takes you to the 'twitter expands' page; where some of the topics I've recently mentioned on twitter are discussed in more detail.  

This has turned out to be one of the most popular pages on the website, so t
hanks again to everyone who follows!!


Don't forget   - s​tay on the ball with regular updates and information about injuries, training and rehabilitation affairs by following:
twitter @Vam_os

Please feel free to email your thoughts
and opinions to:

vamos@injuriesandmore.com


​​www.injuriesandmore.com 2019

www.injuriesandmore.com

​Explaining injuries in a way that's easy to understand!!

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