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Common Shoulder Injuries In Rugby

ACJ injury:

ACJ – Short for acromioclavicular joint, is the small joint at the front of the shoulder where the collar bone meets the acromion (a bony point of the shoulder blade). It has an important role in maintaining normal shoulder function and movement. Damage to the joint is most often associated with the ligaments that are responsible for maintaining the joint’s stability.


The most common mechanism of injury is through direct impact to the shoulder, usually ...

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