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    Sports Injuries Conditions

    Sports Injuries, Types of sports injuries Most sports injuries involve either sudden or gradual damage (trauma) to the musculoskeletal system. ...

    Sports Injuries - Basic Principles Professional

    Sports Injuries - Basic Principles, This will give an indication of how seriously the athlete takes their sport. It may also indicate over-training, a strain or an overuse ...

    Physical Training Professional

    Strength training is important for many sports. It can prevent injury and is part of rehabilitation after injury. It can prevent recurrence of injury - for example, after...

    Stress Fractures Professional

    Stress fractures account for 0.7% to 20% of all sports medicine clinic injuries. [ 1 ] Sports involving running or jumping, such as track and field events, basketba...

    Drugs and Sport Professional

    Drugs and Sport, The people who set such standards are sufficiently well versed in sports medicine and exercise physiology that they set their standards by the normal for th...

    Hamstring Injuries Conditions

    Hamstring Injuries, What causes hamstring injuries? Hamstring injuries are common in all sports that involve short bursts of sprinting, suddenly stopping and cha...

    Knee Ligament Injuries Conditions

    Knee Ligament Injuries, For example, this can happen during a fall, if you land awkwardly during sport, or after a sudden movement. Medial collateral ligament (MCL) injury...

    Repetitive Strain Injury Conditions

    Repetitive Strain Injury, What is repetitive strain injury? The term repetitive strain injury (RSI) is used to describe a range of painful conditions of the muscles, tend...

    Rib Injuries Conditions

    Rib Injuries, Good painkillers are important so that you can breathe and cough comfortably while the injury heals. After a rib injury, if you feel unwell or more breathless ...

    Ankle Injuries Professional

    Ankle Injuries, See also separate Ankle Fractures article. Ankle injuries are common in primary care, A&E and sports medicine. Most are inversion and pla...

    Meniscal Tears (Knee Cartilage Injuries) Conditions

    Meniscal Tears (Knee Cartilage Injuries), Further research is needed to clarify the use of these medicines following an injury. Also, if you are having surgery to repair a t...

    Metatarsalgia (Metatarsal Injury) Conditions

    Metatarsalgia (Metatarsal Injury), For example, in runners and athletes, which can cause some mild inflammation in the metatarsal heads and nearby joints. Other sports such as tennis...

    Head Injuries Conditions

    Head Injuries, Discuss with your doctor about playing contact sports such as rugby or football. It is often advised that you should not play contact sports for three weeks f...

    Dental Injuries Conditions

    Dental Injuries, Children can be prone to picking up knocks along with sports injuries resulting in broken teeth. Sometimes you can suffer from a chipped tooth or a cracked ...

    Complementary and Alternative Medicine Professional

    Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Manipulation techniques are commonly used for low back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, headache and sports injuries. Osteopathy is...

    Ankle Injury (Sprained or Broken Ankle) Conditions

    Ankle Injury (Sprained or Broken Ankle), A sprained ankle is the most common sports injury. To read more about different types of sports injuries, see ...

    Maxillofacial Injuries Professional

    Maxillofacial Injuries, Prevention of maxillofacial injuries Full-face helmets may offer some protection against maxillofacial injury. [ 12 ] Airbags, non-lacerating windscreens and...

    Forearm Injuries and Fractures Professional

    Forearm Injuries and Fractures, Forearm overuse injuries Apart from tennis and golfer's elbow ( lateral and medial epicondylitis ), forearm overuse injuries are not that co...

    Eye Injuries Professional

    Eye Injuries, Some inert objects may be allowed to remain in the eye if the ophthalmologist considers that removal would be more damaging. Blunt injuries to the globe [ 3 , 5 ...

    Head Injury Professional

    Head Injury, This article particularly refers to the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) and Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN) clinical guidelines for ...

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