You CAN, but SHOULD NOT. Go to the doctor. Get examined. Know what you are dealing with. Also do your own research to ask your doctor all the right questions. After you've looked at the pros and cons and if you truly feel you want to play, use a a knee brace. Ask your doctor for a sports knee brace (lightweight) that will provide proper support. No ordinary knee brace will do. You need lateral support. I tried playing with a partially torn ACL. I tore it completely during practice by not wearing a brace..trying to run and kick on wet ground. My knee gave out, huge popping sound, and I was out for the rest of the soccer season... My senior year and as Varsity Captain, no less. Soccer is a contact sport with lots of pivoting, which is hard on the knees. Take care.
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That's really a question for your doctor, and not for the internets. If they give you the OK then you should be fine.
I doubt a doctor would recommend it, but it may be possible. However, you may also worsen your injury.
positive lachman is essentially diagnostic of complete rupture of the antior cruciate ligament (ACL)
yes if you get a trainer
Basketball, football, soccer, and skiing are the most popular sports linked to ACL tears but a lot of the time ACL tears are usually linked to other injuries arounf the area.
he wants to play soccer because he likes to play soccer.
My guess is that you play pro soccer the same way as you play youth soccer or travel soccer.
Footballers get injured a lot mostly in the knee, ankle, shoulder and also the back.
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No he did not play soccer.