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When the men's World Cup kicks off in November, millions of people around the world will be cheering on their favorite team — and hoping that players avoid injury and perform at their peak. In conjunction with one of the biggest sporting events of the year, we asked a few physical therapists about the unique experience of working with soccer players of all ages and skill levels.

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