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Basic Principles of Sports Medicine/Rehab
The increased understanding of the relationship between physical fitness and health among the current growing population has led to a reevaluation of the importance of sports and physical activity in our daily lives. Here is a brief introduction to the field of sports medicine and important concepts about injuries which detract and often terminate participation in physical activity and athletics. More

  Back Injuries
In principle, your back is a very strong structure. It can withstand a great deal of pressure. Equally, in certain situations, it can become vulnerable to strains. Here's some great tips on preventing back injuries. More
 

Knee Injuries
The knee is one of the three major joints in the leg which transmit loading forces between one's body and the ground. Its helps to keep us upright on our feet when we are standing, walking, hopping or jumping. However, the knee joint is susceptible to various injuries through movements which make it particularly vulnerable. More

 

Neck Injuries
The necks forms the main support for your skull, so its movements allow you to turn your head, so that you can see in various directions, or move your head away from danger. It is also vulnerable to the many strains, sprains, and tension we experience during physical activity and our daily lives. More

 

Shoulder Injuries
The shoulder's intricate complex of ligaments, tendons, stabilizing muscles and range of motion, makes it one of the most flexible joints in the human body. Here an overview of one of its most common injuries, rotator cuff tendinitis. More

 

Elbow Injuries
Tennis Elbow and Golfer's Elbow are two of the most common injuries affecting the upper limbs. Find out more about these overuse syndromes and their causes. More

 

Ankle Injuries
There’s a good chance that while playing as a child or stepping on an uneven surface as an adult you sprained your ankle--some 25,000 people do it every day. A sprained ankle means one or more ligaments on the outside of your ankle were stretched or torn. More

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