In-Motion-summer2014Hamstring injuries are some of the most common injuries in football, baseball, track and field, rugby, and soccer. In fact, an acute hamstring strain is believed to be the most common injury in adult male 
soccer players, makes up between 12 percent and 16 percent of all injuries.
Acute hamstring strains usually require a 2- to 6-week absence from sports, and they have a fairly high recurrence rate, especially in the first few weeks after return to play. Knowing how an injury occurs, risk factors and prevention efforts can help keep athletes healthy….find more