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Injury and Injury Prevention Injuries that happen during sporting events are the some of the most commonly seen injuries among doctors and paramedics. The following paragraphs will cover types of injuries, evaluation and treatment, and injury prevention. When someone is injured during a sports game it is very important to get accurate information before treating them. To get this proper information, we use the acronym “HOPE” to walk through all the steps. The first thing to do is to ask...

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Sports Injury

{draw:frame} In this paper you will understand how in the different sport you can have different injury’s relating to the different sports. Like in basketball you will see more knee and ankle injuries. I will show how doing different things wrong will cause you to get hurt. You have different types of injuries for the different sports. I feel you can take the right measures to make sure you have a safe sport career by taking the right steps to keeping yourself safe. This is some of the things you...

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sports injuries

Sports injuries Management of specific types of sport injuries by 1. How should you manage a player who has a blood nose? The first thing you should do is, contain the blood. You do this by pinching the bridge of the nose then grab a tissue so blood won’t go everywhere. After that what you do is position the patient comfortably but also leaning a bit forward so the falling blood with be at an incline. The second thing is, stopping the flow. First pinch the nose and lean forward foe ten mins...

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Biomechanics of Injury

Biomechanics of Injury: Notes Sports injuries are divided into two categories: Acute and Chronic Acute Injury Acute injuries occur suddenly when playing or exercising. E.g. sprained ankles, strained back and fractured hands are acute injuries. Signs of acute injury include: Sudden severe pain Swelling Inability to place weight on a lower limb Extreme tenderness in an upper limb Inability to move a joint through full range of motion Extreme limb weakness Visible dislocation/break...

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Sports Injuries

Sports Injuries are a big Problem in School Sports. When your playing a sport, the absolute last thing you are thinking about is getting injured. Your mind is on scoring, or getting. High school sports injuries are a huge problem. This is because prevention or even protection is not being watched for. Over three million athletes suffer from some sort of injury that causes them to loose playing time. There is no way anyone can stop an injury from occurring. In 1998 athletes played in over...

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Sports Injuries

responses and Psychological responses common to sports injuries. Injury one: Sprained knee Treatment that should be done immediately: Treatment that is done immediately can be critical for the healing process of the injury and long-term damage of the injury. Firstly the treatment must be initially diagnosed and found out how the injury was caused, this is very important to know what treatment to use on the injury. For the likes of a sprained knee injury it is very important not to put any pressure on...

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injuries in basketbll

variety of forces upon the basketball player's body, which in turn creates an equally broad range of potential athletic injuries. Injuries in basketball will arise both as a specific incident of trauma, as well as an overuse condition resulting over time. As basketball demands quick and explosive movements to be made by players both running and jumping, the most common injury sustained is to the ankle. Ankle sprains occur with some frequency, either as a result of the player landing in a position...

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Overuse Injuries

best in their league are now falling short due to overuse injuries. With childhood obesity increasing, U.S. citizens have overlooked the overuse injuries that affect the active youth. In 2003 more than 3.5 million children under age 15 suffered a sports injury that required medical treatment, thats about one attended injury for every 10 players, and seventy-five percent of those injuries were the result of overuse (Hyman, 2009). Overuse injuries occur over a long peroid of time and occur after repetitive...

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Dance Injury

Kristen Erdiakoff ERDIAKOFF1 English. 100 December 3rd, 2012 My Dance Injury Dancing, primarily ballet, has been the main focus of my childhood (from age three and beyond), as well as early teen life. In many ways, it is what defines me; how I see myself as well as describe myself. But, My ballet career was forever altered when, in 2008, I did a lunge in a primary class with the Artistic Director at the San Francisco School of Ballet and landed ever so gracefully which...

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Acl Injury

ligaments are extremely important for the stability of the knee joint, especially in contact sports and those that involve fast cutting and changing directions quickly, twisting and pivoting. By definition, a knee sprain is an injury to a knee ligament. A sprain is a joint injury that causes a stretch or a tear in a ligament, and ligaments function to connect bone to bone. The ACL connects the thigh bone to the shin bone. ACL sprains are graded I, II, or III depending on their severity: grade I sprain:...

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