INJURY: THUMB - Grade 3 ligament sprain with or without partial tear (ulnar collateral ligament (UCL), radial collateral ligament (RCL)), Grade 3 tendonitis (medial, lateral, biceps) with or without partial tear, bone contusion, dislocation, stress fracture
This injury has an estimated recovery time of 98 days
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Last 3 Years
Grade 3 ligament sprain with or without partial tear (ulnar collateral ligament (UCL), radial collateral ligament (RCL)), Grade 3 tendonitis (medial, lateral, biceps) with or without partial tear, bone contusion, dislocation, stress fracture
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What is a player's injury risk category?
The likelihood a player will sustain an injury based on many factors that are included in the Inside Injuries algorithm (injury history, games played, age, etc). A player’s injury risk is calculated on a scale of 0-100% (0% is best).
0 - 13%
13.1 - 24%
24.1 - 100%
What is a player's health performance factor?
This number helps you understand the question of, “Is this player 100%?” It will help you determine how healthy a player is on a scale of 0-100% (100% is best). The percentage is calculated based on the frequency and severity of their injury/injuries, as well as several additional factors.