Sports Injury

Sports Injuries are very common for players. Here we are going to discuss the top most common sports injuries. There is always a risk of injury, whether he/she may be an experienced player or a beginner. It is really hard for a sportsperson to identify the impacted part in the case of injury. It could be back pain, muscle pull, ankle pain or a combination of more than one, yet it’s tough to identify the real cause and effective area. If a sportsperson is not able to play comfortably, having a hard time during warm-up sessions, stretching sessions, drills, there are fair chances of Sports Injury of some kind of other. A sports injury can be either temporary or persistent. An acute or severe injury is one that occurs suddenly and is often the cause of injuries such as ankle sprains, fractures, and back strains. 

A chronic or persistent injury is one that does immerge abruptly but occurs as overuse of a joint over a long period of time.

The most common sports injuries are :

Shin Splints

Shin splints are the name for pain in the shins, or the front of the lower legs, usually caused by exercise or the inflammation of the muscles, tendons, and bone tissue around your shin. Shin splints are a common problem for runners, gymnasts, and military recruits. Shin splints happen with too much activity. 

Hamstring Strain

A strain is a twist, pull, or tear of a muscle, a cord of tissue connecting muscle to bone. It is a severe, non-contact injury that results from overstretching or over-contraction. 

The muscles behind the knee that make up the hamstring. They are most often pulled when an athlete is overstretching the muscle. The pain is caused by tears in the muscles or tendons. Sometimes bruising can occur in pulled hamstrings. Activities like hurdling or falling forward while water skiing is all common causes of a hamstring strain.

Groin Pull

A groin pull is a common injury to the muscles in the inner thigh. The muscles that consist of six muscles that run from the inner pelvis to the inner thigh bone are known as the adductors. If muscles are stretched beyond the limits, it can cause a strain.

Shoulder Injury/Dislocated Shoulder

A shoulder dislocation is a frequent injury amongst athletes such as football players. There is direct contact between the arm bone (humerus) and the shoulder socket (glenoid). Tissues that hold the bones together – including muscles, tendons that connect muscles to bones and ligaments that join the shoulder bone to the shoulder blade – are also sometimes injured. In addition, tearing of cartilage, a rubbery tissue that covers and protects the ends of bones, is possible. 

Ankle sprains

Sports requiring jumping, turning and twisting movements such as basketball, volleyball, netball and football, and explosive changes of direction, such as soccer, tennis, and hockey are particularly vulnerable to ankle sprains.

Ankle sprains can cause a significant amount of pain which can be subject to acute or chronic sprain or strain. If you have suffered an ankle sprain then our rehabilitation center will help you to get back to your full fitness as soon as possible.