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The concept of exercise and sport as a therapy to prevent chronic disease is well established in the last few decades. The wide range of health benefits of exercise stem from the several key elements that comprise physical fitness: cardio-respiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, agility, and body composition. The relationship between regular physical activity and health has been well established worldwide, exercise in therapeutic doses is powerful in preventive medicine.
Increased participation in sport with increased training levels and specialisation across the spectrum of recreational sports and with opportunities for sport participants to become professionals have resulted in the need to have medical supervision, of athletes in training and in competitions, with the goal of prevention and treatment of their injuries. Sports medicine entails the application of scientific research and practice to the optimisation of health and athletic performance.
Pain in sports
Dealing with pain in a sports medicine practice can be a very difficult, challenging and frustrating process. The patients want to get better as soon as possible, some have high pain thresholds and some have low pain thresholds. There are different pain clinical presentation by the patient with variable intensity and pathology, the three general types of pain that come into play here are mechanically-induced pain, inflammatory pain and neuropathic pain. Of course, there is much overlap in all three areas for example an injury could result initially in a mechanically induced pain due to beyond limit exertion on a certain joint like over pronation or over supination…itc., then within few hours it could turn to inflammatory due to release of chemical mediators then by time due to limitation of movement a neuropathic pain could come up.
Injuries in sports practising are considered as part of this practice due to the recurrent frequent occurrence…!
Injuries’ types are numerous and variable, injuries could be for bones, muscles, tendons, bursae, ligaments, fascia or soft tissues.
Let’s go through the most commonly encountered injuries for workout at the Gym as it’s the place where most of people go for training regardless being for recreational or professional sports or just for fitness purposes.
Here are some of the most happening injuries:
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