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    Common Football Injuries

    Post  MILADY on Mon Jun 15, 2009 12:40 pm

    Common Football Injuries
    The most common aches, pains and injuries from playing football
    By Elizabeth Quinn, About.com
    Updated: January 23, 2008

    About.com Health's Disease and Condition content is reviewed by the Medical Review Board
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    Football injuries are common and range from minor annoying aches and pains to serious injuries. It’s important to use the right pads and protective gear, but even so, the following pains and injuries are not uncommon.

    Knee and Leg


    Anterior and Posterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL/PCL)Injuries
    Injuries to the Meniscus
    Groin Pull

    Hamstring Pull, Tear, or Strain
    Iliotibial Band Syndrome
    Pulled or Strained Calf Muscle
    Shin Splints
    Sprains and Strains
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    Head, Neck and Shoulder


    Concussion
    Shoulder Fracture (Fractured Calvicle)

    Torn Rotator Cuff

    Shoulder Separation
    Shoulder Dislocation
    Whip Lash
    Neck Strain
    Burner or Stinger of the Neck
    Foot and Ankle injuries


    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.
    Achilles Tendonitis
    Achilles tendonitis is a chronic injury that occurs primarily from overuse and it felt as pain in back of the ankle. If this is ignored it may increase your risk of Achilles Tendon Rupture.
    Blisters
    Blisters are fluid-filled sacks on the surface of the skin that commonly occurs on the hands, or the feet.
    Turf Toe
    Hand injuries


    Wrist Sprains
    Finger Fractures
    Wrist tendinitis
    Back


    Muscle Strains of the Back
    Low Back Pain
    Herniated Disks
    Backaches and Stress
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    Sprains and Strains
    Sprains and strains are the most common type of football injury. The best immediate treatment for sprains and strains is the R.I.C.E. method (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation).

    Muscle Cramps
    A cramp is a sudden, intense pain caused by a muscle involuntary and forcibly contracting muscle that does not relax. Similar to, but not the same as a Side Stitch.

    Delayed-Onset Muscle Soreness
    This is some muscle soreness may be felt from 12-48 hours following the activity.

    Overtraining Syndrome
    Overtraining syndrome frequently occurs in athletes who are training for competition or a specific event and train beyond the body's ability to recover.

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    Re: Common Football Injuries

    Post  TheUltrasWorld on Mon Jun 15, 2009 6:31 pm

    Great thnx honey for tips!! love ya Wink
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    Re: Common Football Injuries

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