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Newest eBook From Game Ready(R) Helps Professional Athletes and Trainers Learn How to Recover From Soccer Injuries Faster

The Game Ready(R) eBook Explains in Detail the Most Common Soccer Injuries, How to Recover Faster From Soccer Injuries, and the Science Behind the Revolutionary ATX Technology for Injury Recovery

CONCORD, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/09/14 -- Game Ready®, the leader in technology for injury treatment and post-operative recovery, today announced it is publishing a new eBook to help athletes and their trainers learn how to recover faster from the most common soccer injuries. The eBook titled "Getting Back on the Field: How to Recover Faster from Soccer Injuries" is the latest addition to the Game Ready® resource center. To download the free eBook now, follow this link: http://hub.am/1p2KbqL

As the most popular sport in the world, it's not surprising that soccer is also the leader in sports injuries due to the highly athletic nature of the game. Studies have shown that 86-100% of soccer players are injured in a season. In addition, most teams can expect to see one or two injuries per player per season. The average time away from competition is about three to four weeks, which means you can count on having some key players out of the game for a period of time each season. Proper treatment of soccer injuries will not only help athletes get back in the game faster, it can also help prevent future re-injury. This is good news both for coaches who want more wins in the short term, and for players who want to protect their bodies in the long term.

In Game Ready's® newest eBook, experts explain the details of all of the most common soccer injuries, how to recover from them in the fastest way possible, and walk you through the benefits of active cold and compression therapy for soccer injuries. Additionally, you will learn about the full line of wraps designed by Game Ready® and the affordability of the Game Ready® recovery systems with Game Ready Athlete Insurance and the Game Ready Goodwill Program.

"Soccer injuries are inevitable and will most likely happen to every player," says Craig Grabell, President and CEO of Game Ready. "However, the technologies used at Game Ready® are focused on making sure that, when injuries do occur, athletes are able to get back on the field faster than with traditional therapies."

For additional information about this new guide, how cryotherapy can improve upper extremity injury and surgery recovery or about Game Ready products, visit the company's website at: http://www.gameready.com

About Game Ready
Game Ready® (CoolSystems, Inc.) is a best-in-class sports medicine and orthopedic medical device that helps athletes and patients speed recovery from injury or orthopedic surgery. The system uses ACCEL® technology to set a new standard in recovery, synergistically combining active compression and cold therapies in a revolutionary treatment system that gives healthcare providers the power to accelerate the body's natural repair mechanisms. Game Ready is so effective, it can be found in the training rooms of virtually every professional sports team in the US, as well as the most elite orthopedic and physical therapy clinics around the world.

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