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People who participate in sports are more likely than others of the same age to have muscle and tendon injuries and bone fractures.
- Sports Injury Prevention and Treatment Advice
- Sports Injuries
- Sports Injuries: Mechanisms, Prevention, and Treatment
- Clinical guide to sports injuries
Exercising is good for you, but sometimes you can injure yourself when you play sports or exercise. Accidents, poor training practices, or improper gear can cause them. Some people get hurt because they are not in shape.
Sports Injury Prevention and Treatment Advice
Arch Intern Med. Increased participation in sports has led to more sports injuries. Evidence-based methods to prevent sports injuries are needed. A systematic review was conducted of the effects of randomized controlled interventions to prevent sports injuries. A systematic search was performed of various databases and the reference lists of articles and reviews.
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Sports Injuries: Mechanisms, Prevention, and Treatment
When possible, preventing a sport injury is better than having to recover from one. The best way to avoid injuries is to be physically and mentally prepared for your sport. The first step is learning about how to prevent injuries and following basic injury prevention advice.
A new book from Scandinavia raises the bar no pun intended in sports medicine textbooks. The main strength of this book is its use of lavish high quality illustrations throughout with over colour pictures and photos. The artist, Tommy Bolic, was the man who illustrated Peterson and Renstrom's famous text Sports injuries: their prevention and treatment. Those of us who cut our teeth on the first edition of that book decades ago will instantly recognise the high standard achieved.
Clinical guide to sports injuries
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. This fascinating compendium of the mechanisms of sports injuries and methods for their prevention deals essentially with the emergency treatment of the acute injury on the field. It is not intended as a reference to treatment in depth, but the latter chapters do go into considerable detail in specific specialty areas.