Eden Hazard's Sports Injuries

Type of Sport: Soccer

Eden Hazard's Sports Injuries Table

Type Area Date Consequences Content How It Happened Recovery Duration Rehabilitation Details Impact On Career Psychological Impact Previous Injuries Return To Competition Severity Treatment Medical Staff Long Term Impact Preventive Measures Competition Missed Initial Symptoms Re Injury Risk Support System Rehabilitation Location
Fractures Right Ankle 2017-06-04 Missed the start of the 2017-2018 season. Hazard suffered a fracture in his right ankle during a training session with Belgium. This required surgery and a lengthy recovery period. During a training session with the Belgian national team. 3 months Underwent surgery and extensive rehabilitation. Delayed start to the season and affected early performance. Reported frustration due to missing pre-season and early matches. None reported on the same ankle before this incident. Returned in September 2017. High Surgery followed by physiotherapy. Belgian national team medical staff and Chelsea FC medical team. Increased vulnerability in the right ankle. Increased focus on ankle strengthening exercises. Several Premier League matches and pre-season games. Severe pain and swelling. Moderate to high. Family, teammates, and coaching staff. Belgium and Chelsea's training facility.
Fractures Right Fibula 2020-11-29 Missed several months. Hazard suffered a fracture in his right fibula during training, which required surgery and a lengthy recovery. Training accident. 3 months Surgery followed by rehabilitation. Significant time away from the pitch. Severe disappointment and concerns over long-term fitness. Previous right leg injuries. Returned in March 2021. High Surgery and physiotherapy. Real Madrid medical staff. Potential for long-term issues with the right leg. Strengthening and conditioning exercises. La Liga and Champions League matches. Severe pain and inability to walk. High. Family, medical staff, and teammates. Real Madrid’s training facility.
Muscle Injuries Left Leg 2021-03-14 Missed several weeks. Hazard sustained another muscle injury, this time in his left leg during training, leading to more time on the sidelines. During a training session. 4 weeks Physical therapy and gradual return to training. Further disruptions and missed matches. Increased anxiety and frustration over recurring injuries. Previous left thigh muscle injury. Returned in April 2021. Moderate Rest and physiotherapy. Real Madrid medical staff. Potential for recurring muscle issues. Enhanced focus on conditioning and injury prevention. La Liga matches. Muscle discomfort and pain. Moderate. Medical team and personal trainers. Real Madrid’s training facility.
Muscle Injuries Left Thigh 2021-01-29 Missed several weeks. Hazard sustained a muscle injury in his left thigh during a match, resulting in another period of absence. During a match. 4 weeks Rest and physical therapy. Further disrupted his season. Increased frustration and concern over injury frequency. Previous muscle injuries on the right leg. Returned in March 2021. Moderate Rest and physiotherapy. Real Madrid medical staff. Potential for recurring muscle issues. Improved muscle conditioning and flexibility training. La Liga matches. Muscle tightness and pain. Moderate. Medical team and personal trainers. Real Madrid’s training facility.
Muscle Injuries Right Leg 2020-09-29 Missed the start of the 2020-2021 season. Hazard sustained a muscle injury in his right leg during training, which delayed his start to the season. Training session with Real Madrid. 4 weeks Rest and gradual reintroduction to training. Missed the opening matches of the season. Frustration from another injury setback. Previous muscle injuries but not specified in the right leg. Returned in November 2020. Moderate Rest and physical therapy. Real Madrid medical staff. Potential for recurring muscle issues. Focused on improved muscle conditioning. La Liga matches. Muscle tightness and pain. Moderate. Medical team and personal trainers. Real Madrid’s training facility.
Muscle Injuries Right Leg 2022-02-01 Missed several weeks. Hazard suffered a muscle injury in his right leg during training, leading to another period of inactivity. During a training session. 4 weeks Rest and physical therapy. Continued disruption and missed playing time. Increased concern about career longevity. Previous right leg injuries. Returned in March 2022. Moderate Rest and physiotherapy. Real Madrid medical staff. Potential for recurring muscle issues. Focused on improved conditioning and flexibility. La Liga matches. Muscle tightness and pain. Moderate. Medical team and personal trainers. Real Madrid’s training facility.
Sprains Right Ankle 2020-02-21 Missed several weeks of the season. Hazard sprained his right ankle in a match against Levante, which caused a significant period of absence. During a La Liga match against Levante. 2 months Rest, ice, compression, and elevation (RICE) followed by physical therapy. Disrupted season and affected match fitness. Disappointment due to recurring ankle issues. Previous right ankle fracture in 2017. Returned in June 2020. Moderate RICE method and physiotherapy. Real Madrid medical staff. Increased fragility in the right ankle. Enhanced ankle support and targeted exercises. La Liga matches. Pain and swelling. High due to history of ankle injuries. Team medical staff and family. Real Madrid’s training facility.
Strains Right Thigh 2019-11-25 Missed the remainder of 2019. Hazard suffered a hamstring strain in his right thigh during a match against PSG, which required him to miss several weeks of action. In a Champions League match against Paris Saint-Germain. 6 weeks Physical therapy and gradual return to training. Missed crucial matches and disrupted season rhythm. Frustration due to missing significant matches. None reported on the same thigh before this incident. Returned in January 2020. Moderate Physical therapy and rest. Real Madrid's medical team. Increased risk of future hamstring issues. Strengthening and conditioning exercises for the thigh. La Liga and Champions League matches. Sharp pain and inability to continue playing. Moderate. Club medical staff and personal trainers. Real Madrid’s training facility.