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CLINICAL SCREENING REPORT
WEEK 43
Al-Ahli Saudi FC
GRAM MATHIEU
CLINICAL SCREENING
Player 1
o Area at risk: Adductor muscles
o Evolution: Ankle mobility maintained.
o Planned action: Continue follow-up by ...
Player 1
o Evolution: Overall slight increased hip adductor strength (HAS) and
decreased pain perception.
o Planned action...
Player 2
o Area at risk: Iliopsoas and rectus femoris muscle
o Evolution: Ankle mobility decreased in right ankle
o Planne...
Player 2
o Evolution: Decreased hip adduction strength with increased pain on both
sides.
o Planned action: Further assess...
Player 6
o Area at risk: Back, Iliopsoas, rectus femoris, adductor muscles and left
ankle
o Evolution: No change in ankle ...
Player 6
o Evolution: Hip adduction strength increased . Pain remained.
o Planned action: Continue treatment/monitoring by...
Player 3
o Area at risk: Lower back + right hamstrings (neurologic factor involved)
o Evolution: Maintained ankle mobility...
Player 3
o Evolution: Slight increase in hip adduction strength, major decrease to
0/10 in pain perception.
o Planned acti...
Player 4
o Area at risk: Lower back muscles, Iliopsoas, rectus femoris, Abd and
Adductors + Body weight
o Evolution: Resto...
Player 4
o Evolution: Increased hip adduction strength with decreased pain
perception
o Planned action: Further assessment...
Player 5
o Area at risk: Lower back, rectus femoris and adductors
o Evolution: Maintained ankle mobility
Player 5
o Evolution: Slightly fluctuating hip adduction strength. Pain score swings
around 2-3. This is nothing to worry ...
Conclusion
Taken into account the limited data base, the following
conclusions can be drawn:
o Following players need ext...
Conclusion
o Following players have a positive evolution in their risk of groin area
injuries:
o Player
o Player
o Player
...
Conclusion
In conclusion
o Football is a high maintenance sport
o Frequent screening sessions allow the staff to create a...
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Clinical screening report U17 Al-Ahli Saudi

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Clinical screening report U17 Al-Ahli Saudi

  1. 1. CLINICAL SCREENING REPORT WEEK 43 Al-Ahli Saudi FC GRAM MATHIEU CLINICAL SCREENING
  2. 2. Player 1 o Area at risk: Adductor muscles o Evolution: Ankle mobility maintained. o Planned action: Continue follow-up by Coach Mathieu
  3. 3. Player 1 o Evolution: Overall slight increased hip adductor strength (HAS) and decreased pain perception. o Planned action: Continue follow-up by Coach Mathieu
  4. 4. Player 2 o Area at risk: Iliopsoas and rectus femoris muscle o Evolution: Ankle mobility decreased in right ankle o Planned action: Further assessment and treatment by Coach Mathieu
  5. 5. Player 2 o Evolution: Decreased hip adduction strength with increased pain on both sides. o Planned action: Further assessment and treatment by Coach Mathieu
  6. 6. Player 6 o Area at risk: Back, Iliopsoas, rectus femoris, adductor muscles and left ankle o Evolution: No change in ankle mobility o Planned action: Follow-up by Coach Mathieu
  7. 7. Player 6 o Evolution: Hip adduction strength increased . Pain remained. o Planned action: Continue treatment/monitoring by Coach Mathieu
  8. 8. Player 3 o Area at risk: Lower back + right hamstrings (neurologic factor involved) o Evolution: Maintained ankle mobility left, restored right o Planned action: Follow-up by Coach Mathieu
  9. 9. Player 3 o Evolution: Slight increase in hip adduction strength, major decrease to 0/10 in pain perception. o Planned action: Follow-up by Coach Mathieu
  10. 10. Player 4 o Area at risk: Lower back muscles, Iliopsoas, rectus femoris, Abd and Adductors + Body weight o Evolution: Restored ankle mobility
  11. 11. Player 4 o Evolution: Increased hip adduction strength with decreased pain perception o Planned action: Further assessment and treatment by Coach Mathieu
  12. 12. Player 5 o Area at risk: Lower back, rectus femoris and adductors o Evolution: Maintained ankle mobility
  13. 13. Player 5 o Evolution: Slightly fluctuating hip adduction strength. Pain score swings around 2-3. This is nothing to worry about. o Planned action: Follow-up by Coach Mathieu
  14. 14. Conclusion Taken into account the limited data base, the following conclusions can be drawn: o Following players need extra care: o Player – Neurological factor in right hamstring (Medical imaging approval in process) o Player – R ankle + Adductors o Player– Adductor right o Player – Adductors o Following players have decreased knee to wall measurements and need further joint mobility assessment to rule out possible arthrogenic problems: o Player
  15. 15. Conclusion o Following players have a positive evolution in their risk of groin area injuries: o Player o Player o Player o Following players have a negative evolution in their risk of groin area injuries and should be monitored closely: o / o Planned action: Further assessment by Coach Mathieu
  16. 16. Conclusion In conclusion o Football is a high maintenance sport o Frequent screening sessions allow the staff to create an atmosphere in which the player is comfortable to mention all types of issues (biopsychosocial). o This is often important information in order to adapt and monitor injury prevention sessions, secondary and tertiary prevention. o This information is also of importance to the head coach and physical coach in order to individualize trainings.  In light of these conclusions I would advice to organize a weekly screening moment in order to profit maximally from it’s advantages

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