Sports Injury Essay

1397 Words Nov 26th, 2008 6 Pages
Sports Injury’s By: Debbie Bryan {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 could do to help. Make sure you stretch out before sorts so you are not so tight going into the different sports you play. More than half of all Americans use dietary supplements, such as vitamins,
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Sports-related facial injuries account for 8% of all facial soft tissue injuries. Approximately 11-40% of all sports injuries involve the face. These injuries are most often due to direct hits with a ball or player-to-player contacts. Health care providers for athletes should be familiar with the anatomy of the facial region, the most common types of facial injuries, and the initial management of facial injuries. The most common types of sports-related facial trauma are the soft tissue injuries and the fractures of the "T-Zone" bones (the nose, the zygoma, and the mandible). These injuries often occur in combination. Depending on the extent and the types of injury, some injuries can be managed at the sporting event site, with the athlete resuming play immediately. Other injuries may demand transfer to an urgent care setting and management by a specialist. Proper initial assessment and management of injuries may prevent unfavorable long-term results and permanent facial deformities. The ultimate goals are for the athletes to recover functionally and aesthetically from the facial injury and to return to competition in a timely manner. The soft tissues of the face are among the most vascular tissues of the body. Their blood supply is derived from contributions of both the external and internal carotid arteries. Because of the abundant blood supply to

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