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20

2012

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Common Sports Injuries

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Common Sports Injuries

FOLLOWING IS THE LIST OF MOST COMMON SPORTS INJURIES

Abrasions: Injuries that result from a fall on a hard surface that causes outer layers of skin to rub off.

Achilles Tendon Rupture: The exact cause of rupture of the Achilles tendon is not known. As with Achilles tendonitis, tight or weak calf muscles may contribute to the potential for a rupture.

Ankle Sprains : The most common of all ankle injuries, an ankle sprain occurs when there is a stretching and tearing of ligaments surrounding the ankle joint.

Anterior Cruciate Ligament(ACL) Injuries : ACL partial or complete tears can occur when an athlete changes direction rapidly, twists without moving the feet, slows down abruptly, or misses a landing from a jump

Blisters : A fluid-filled sack on the surface of the skin that commonly occurs on the hands, or the feet.

Clavicle Fractured (Broken Shoulder) : A shoulder fracture typically refers to a total or partial break to either the clavicle (collar bone) or the neck of the humerus (arm bone). It generally is from an impact injury, such as a fall or blow to the shoulder

Concussion : A concussion is typically caused by a severe head

Sep

04

2012

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Neuro Physiotherapy Moving Towards Freedom

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Neuro Physiotherapy Moving Towards Freedom

Neurological conditions are very varied in how they affect people, with no two people having the same problems. It is therefore difficult to give precise details of what treatment will be given. The assessment session will give a picture of the main problems, and this will determine what treatment is most effective. The treatment sessions will also involve an element of on-going assessment, which may result in the treatment being changed.

It is important to be honest with the physiotherapist in how you feel, and what changes you, or your family, have noticed, whether they are improvements or deteriorations. If you have not been able to complete your home exercise/stretches programme, then it is better to say this, so that the physiotherapist will be able to alter you programme, so that you are able to complete it. This will mean you make the best possible recovery/improvement in the quickest possible time. During your assessment, and also during your treatment sessions, the physiotherapist will probably ask you to try things that you find difficult. This is so that the physiotherapist can work out the best way to help you.

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