Shoulder injuries in rugby players

Everything you wanted to know about shoulder injuries in rugby

In rugby, players frequently sustain impact to the shoulder, mostly either due to performing tackling maneuvers or due to being tackled. Impact forces on, and leveraging forces across the shoulder during these movements may result in injuries in the glenohumeral and acromioclavicular joint.

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