UEFA Medical Committee vice-chairman Professor Jan Ekstrand explains the process for treating serious injuries known as RICE.
Doctor programme teaches key skills
The UEFA Football Doctor Education Programme is teaching doctors from across Europe the key skills they need in modern-day football.
Football fitness part one
In the first of a five-part UEFA Training Ground series on fitness in football, Fernandinho, Anatoliy Tymoshchuk and Edinson Cavani are among those who discuss its importance in the game today.
Dealing with long-term injury - part one
The first of a two-part series looking at long-term injuries in football focuses on Eduardo and David Villa, the importance of the immediate treatment they recieved on the pitch after injury and of the mental side in aiding recovery.
The inside track on muscle injuries
The first of a three-part series about muscle injuries with FC Bayern München's esteemed medical team in Munich offers an overview on this type of problem for a footballer.
Sports science in football
UEFA Training Ground speaks to two leading experts in sports science and finds out how it is having an impact in football.
Groin injuries III: Rehabilitation
The final part of UEFA Training Ground's series on groin injuries turns the focus onto the rehabilitation process with leading expert Professor Per Hölmich.
The work of the medical teams - Part two
In the second part of UEFA Training Ground's look at the work of the medical teams at a major tournament, we get an insight into a day in the life of England's Gary Lewin.
Groin injuries II: Diagnosis and treatment
In the second part of UEFA Training Ground's series on groin injuries, we find out how one of football's most-common injuries is diagnosed and the first steps that go into the treatment process with expert Professor Per Hölmich.
Insight into groin injuries I: Overview
In the first of a three-part series on groin injuries with Professor Per Hölmich, the Danish expert offers an overview of how the injury affects footballers.