Injury prevention in Soccer/football Cisc. /This presentation was given by Willem Timmermans at the Cyprus International Soccer Conference, Nicosia. ( Act2Prevent ). Meaning was to share the basic principles of Applied Functional Science, developed by Gary Gray ( Gray -Institute ) with the soccer/football world and share some idea's to bring ...
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GENERAL FACTS ABOUT SPORTS INJURIES About 95% of sports injuries are minor soft tissue traumas. The most common sports injury is a bruise (contusion). It is caused when blood collects at the site of an injury and discolors the skin. Sprains account for one-third of all sports injuries. Fractures account for 5-6% of all sports injuries.
Common Soccer Injuries, Prevention, and Treatment P.R.I.C.E. Treatment Method P. Protect‐ Protect your injury from further harm by using a brace, splint, immobilizer, or ace bandage. R. Rest‐ Rest the injured area by not participating in activities that is painful to perform. I. Ice‐ Ice the area for 20min every 2 hours.
Types of Sporting Injuries ! ACUTE- occurs suddenly ! Direct injury (impact e.g. corked thigh, concussion, breaks/ dislocation) ! Indirect injury (muscle strain, muscle tear, joint sprain breaks/ dislocation) ! CHRONIC- occurs overtime ! Overuse ! Over exertion over time ! Re-injury of previous acute
Injuries to the head, neck, and face include cuts and bruises, fractures, neck sprains, and concussions. A concussion is any alteration in an athlete's mental state due to head trauma and should always be evaluated by a physician. Not all those who experience a concussion lose consciousness. HOW ARE SOCCER INJURIES TREATED?
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Osgood-Schlatter is one of the common soccer injuries. This *hard name* injury is a childhood repetitive use injury that causes a painful inflammation lump below the knee. It is more of a growing pain that some players, especially ages 9-18, have to deal with. Some players as young as 6 and adults as old as 40 can experience it as well.
A ‘sports injury’ can be deﬁned as an injury that occurs during sporting activi-ties or exercise. This can be broadened to include injuries affecting participation in sports and exercise and affecting athletes of all ages and all levels of perform-ance. Patients who seek medical attention at sports injury clinics represent the