Nonoperative Treatment of Psoas Tendon Avulsion in a Professional Athlete: A Case Report and Evidence Based Review. JBJS case connector Ejnisman, L., Andrade-Silva, F. B., Pontin, P. A., Ottoni, J. J., Magliocca, G. D., Safran, M. R. ; 10 (2): e0490

Abstract

A 36-year-old male professional soccer player sustained an acute left hip injury during a tournament game while defending the goal. Magnetic resonance imaging demonstrated a complete avulsion of the iliopsoas tendon from the left trochanter. The patient was treated nonoperatively, and after 10 weeks, he was able to return to full activity. After 1 year of follow-up, the patient was completely asymptomatic, and was still playing professional soccer without flexion strength deficit.In this professional soccer athlete, nonoperative treatment of complete psoas avulsion resulted in a good functional outcome and successful return to play.

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