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Sports Injuries
A difference between
Chronic and Acute Injuries
What are sports Injuries?
“Sports Injuries” are Injuries that
occur during playing or exercising.
These injuries may occur...
Some Sports Injuries
• Sprains and strains.
• Knee injuries.
• Swollen muscles.
• Achilles tendon
injuries.
• Pain along t...
Some Sports Injuries
(Contd.)
• Fractures.
• Dislocations.
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
ACUTE AND CHRONIC INJURY?
Acute Injuries
Acute injuries are injuries that
occur during:
 Exercising
 Playing a Sport
 Working
They are actually c...
Acute Injuries
Symptoms:
• Strain and sprains.
• Knee or elbow
injuries.
• Muscular swelling.
• Achilles tendon
injuries.
...
Chronic Injuries
Chronic injuries are also called
Overuse injuries. They occur due to the
over-use of a certain part/area ...
REMEDIES OR TREATMENT FOR
ACUTE INJURIES
Remedies/ Treatments
Trying to work through the injury
is a stupid thing to do. It will be
much more harmful.
• Stop Playi...
Remedies/Treatments
Some injuries can be self-treated
but some injury cases should be
seen by a Doctor.
Cases to be seen by the
Doctor
 severe pain, swelling, numbness.
 Putting weight over the injured area
causes pain.
 Pa...
Self-treatable cases
Cases other than those which
require doctor’s attention
can be self treated.
How to prevent Sports
Injuries!
Prevention Tips
• Make sure you are in good shape to
play or to exercise.
• Do proper stretching
• Take care of your muscl...
Prevention Tips (contd.)
• Make sure you have proper and good
gear for the sport you play.
• Always take security measures...
Prevention Tips (contd.)
• Always do warm up
exercises before playing or
exercising .
• Everything has a limit, keep
that ...
“Prevention is better than
cure”
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  1. 1. Sports Injuries A difference between Chronic and Acute Injuries
  2. 2. What are sports Injuries? “Sports Injuries” are Injuries that occur during playing or exercising. These injuries may occur due to improper gear or improper practices/trainings.
  3. 3. Some Sports Injuries • Sprains and strains. • Knee injuries. • Swollen muscles. • Achilles tendon injuries. • Pain along the shin
  4. 4. Some Sports Injuries (Contd.) • Fractures. • Dislocations.
  5. 5. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ACUTE AND CHRONIC INJURY?
  6. 6. Acute Injuries Acute injuries are injuries that occur during:  Exercising  Playing a Sport  Working They are actually caused by an external source
  7. 7. Acute Injuries Symptoms: • Strain and sprains. • Knee or elbow injuries. • Muscular swelling. • Achilles tendon injuries. • Shin bone pain. • Fractures. • Dis-locations.
  8. 8. Chronic Injuries Chronic injuries are also called Overuse injuries. They occur due to the over-use of a certain part/area of the body. Examples:  running,  overhand throwing  serving in tennis
  9. 9. REMEDIES OR TREATMENT FOR ACUTE INJURIES
  10. 10. Remedies/ Treatments Trying to work through the injury is a stupid thing to do. It will be much more harmful. • Stop Playing! • Stop Exercising!
  11. 11. Remedies/Treatments Some injuries can be self-treated but some injury cases should be seen by a Doctor.
  12. 12. Cases to be seen by the Doctor  severe pain, swelling, numbness.  Putting weight over the injured area causes pain.  Pain or swelling in an old injury.  Feeling pain, instability or abnormality in the joint.
  13. 13. Self-treatable cases Cases other than those which require doctor’s attention can be self treated.
  14. 14. How to prevent Sports Injuries!
  15. 15. Prevention Tips • Make sure you are in good shape to play or to exercise. • Do proper stretching • Take care of your muscles while working out. • Bending and jumping technique should always be proper.
  16. 16. Prevention Tips (contd.) • Make sure you have proper and good gear for the sport you play. • Always take security measures. • Avoid playing, exercising or working when you are injured.
  17. 17. Prevention Tips (contd.) • Always do warm up exercises before playing or exercising . • Everything has a limit, keep that in mind. Don’t push yourself too far.
  18. 18. “Prevention is better than cure”
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