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Sports Injuries
Sports Injuries Learning Center

Sports Injuries
Learn about common injuries that occur in the major regions of the body when playing sports, including concussions, neck strain, torn rotator cuffs, tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, wrist sprains, back pain, hip injuries, and more.
Testicular torsion is the twisting of the spermatic cord, which cuts off the blood supply to the...
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A sprain is an injury to the ligaments around a joint. Ligaments are strong, flexible fibers that hold...
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Sprain refers to damage or tearing of ligaments or a joint capsule. Strain refers to damage or tearing...
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Spinal cord trauma is damage to the spinal cord. It may result from direct injury to the cord itself or...
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Shin splints are pains in the front of the lower legs caused by exercise. They usually appear after a...
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A concussion is a brain injury that may result in a bad headache. altered levels of alertness, or...
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Sports injuries are injuries that occur during exercise or while participating in a sport. Children are particularly at risk for these...
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Cross training incorporates diverse forms of exercise into a training regime. Cross-training is a great way to develop fitness and prevent...
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