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hamstring

1. Anatomy any of the tendons at the back of the knee
2. the large tendon at the back of the hock in the hind leg of a horse, etc.
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Any decrease in the flexibility of hamstrings or tightness can cause hamstring injuries which are the most common type of injury among athletes and have a slow recovery rate, make health expenditures high and also decrease the performance level of the athlete.
Reading v West Brom Reading could have striker Matej Vydra fit after a hamstring injury - he was expected to be back in full training at the end of this week.
Klopp arrived as Liverpool boss to find Christian Benteke sitting out his fifth match with a hamstring injury.
Philippe Coutinho missed four matches in November and December with a hamstring problem, Kolo Toure limped off in the Capital One Cup victory over Bournemouth and missed three more matches.
He had his hamstring scanned after last week and there was no problem so I'm just surprised he felt something in there.
Your hamstring problems are getting worse with symptoms extending beyond the original injury.
INTRODUCTION: Hamstring is one of the commonest muscles that often get tight.
AUSTRALIA captain Michael Clarke will have surgery on his injured right hamstring today.
Hamstring injuries are common amongst people participating in various sports that involve running and/or kicking.
VVBLACKBURN defender Gael Givet is available after recovering from a hamstring injury.
In stop-and-go sports like soccer, Australian Rules football, rugby or football, hamstring muscle injuries are the most common injuries [1-10].
Dimitar Berbatov returns to the Fulham side and Steve Sidwell has recovered from a hamstring problem.