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    Once a child is in competitive sports over the next couple years training gets harder and training becomes more and more often. Eventually taking over the offseason which could lead to joining more than one team or a traveling team, which means that kids might not have time to do other things they like doing. It is normal for a child to get nervous before a big game but if a child fakes illnesses, or strains or sprains a muscle it could mean that parents, coaches, or themselves are pushing too hard or that your child is training too hard. Kids that are six or seven might not get the idea of sports, and when they are eight or nine they might get frustrated because they tried their hardest to win, but they lost. If parents or coaches push a kid too hard and make winning the most important thing it puts a lot of pressure on the child and then it isn’t fun to them anymore. Most kids that quit say it is because it isn’t fun anymore. Most kids would rather play on a losing team then sit on the bench of a winning…

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    from a jump, or changes direction quickly. The PCL can tear if there is a direct blow to the knee or if the knee is twisted or hyperextended. Injury to the medial collateral ligament is most common following a blow to the outside of the knee and can be often be treated with ice and bracing. You can also get a muscle injury or cramp during basketball. Cramps, involuntary muscle contraction. Generally temporary and non-damaging. But it can cause mild-to-excruciating pain, and a paralysis- like…

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    Prevent Them If injured whilst playing sports, the proper care is required in order for the injury to heal. If it doesn’t heal correctly it can cause long term problems. To avoid this, there are ways to prevent, or decrease your chance of becoming injured. Injuries are common when playing sports and can become a problem if not treated properly. There are different kinds of injuries. These are the most common: sprains and strains, concussions, and knee injuries. The most common knee…

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    for promotion) Training History 3 times per week. 2 training sessions plus a game. Relevant previous injuries Medical history Left ankle sprain grade II (NHS rehab) Relevant SFH Living at home, Works at factory (8-4 shift), Average 22 year old, Socialising, TV and X box. Diet/nutrition Home cooked food, except when working where he eats fatty foods. Injury Hamstring, Bicep femoris grade II belly tear on right foot. Happened during a game. Conservative vs non conservative treatment Non…

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    practice you want to take it slow and really stretch those muscles so when you start to practice and push yourself, you don’t pull anything and get hurt. When stretching you don’t want to bounce because you could damage your muscle (“Workouts to Help Prevent Sports Injuries”). If you don’t stretch good enough then you could tear important muscles. If you do get an injury, be sure to respect that injury and visit your doctor to see how you can get it healed and prevent it from happening again. If…

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    Essay On Ankle Sprains

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    Essonia Bolden Mrs. Berch Health Science IV Decemeber 8, 2014 Ankle Sprains Ankle sprains are the most common injuries in the United States. Approximately 1 million ankle injuries occur each year, 85 percent of those injuries are ankle sprains. Ankle sprains occur when the foot twist in a way that causes the body weight to pressured down onto the ankle ligaments. Most victims have reported that they heard a pop or snap at the time of the incident and thought the ankle had broken.…

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    My Ankle Research Paper

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    Sprains most commonly occur in the lower back, feet, and the hamstring muscles in the back of the thigh. Symptoms include muscle spasm, swelling inflammation, cramp, and muscle weakness. Additionally, when the muscle tears, small blood vessel become damaged causing localized bleeding and pain is produced due to the irritation of the nerve endings. Strains was classified by the severity of the injury the same way sprains are: Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3. A Grade 1 strain is a slight tear of the…

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    ligaments and fractures included. ACL injury – most ACL injuries in volleyball players occur when a player lands awkwardly Low back pain – common source of chronic pain, mostly this pain is caused by muscle or ligament strain. Safety and preventative strategies Many volleyball injuries can be prevented by following proper training guidelines, by using strength training techniques for the lower back, shoulders, and legs. There is also use an external ankle support for running and jumping or when…

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    Bruise Research Paper

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    A contusion, more commonly known as a bruise, is a mark on the skin because of ruptured blood vessels in the dermal layer of the skin. Bruises appear in the bluish/black discoloration of the skin. Hematoma is a collection of blood found outside the blood vessels, and can be found throughout the body and may appear as a lump in the skin, while a bruise appears as a flatter mark. Also, bruise is a hematoma that is larger than 10 mm. Bruises may take 2-4 weeks to heal completely. Bruises can be…

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    A contusion, more commonly known as a bruise, is a mark on the skin because of ruptured blood vessels in the dermal layer of the skin. Bruises appear in the bluish/black discoloration of the skin. Hematoma is a collection of blood found outside the blood vessels, and can be found throughout the body and may appear as a lump in the skin, while a bruise appears as a flatter mark. Also, bruise is a hematoma that is larger than 10 mm. Bruises may take 2-4 weeks to heal completely. Bruises can be…

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