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  1. 1. PHYSIOTHERAPY IS THE BRANCH OF MEDICALSCIENCE WHICH TREAT THE PATIENT WITH THE HELPOF ELECTRICAL MODALITIES, EXERCISE THERAPY,SOFT TISSUE MANIPULATION ETC..
  2. 2. DIFFERENT SPECIALIZED AREAS OFPHYSIOTHERAPY sports injury. Orthopedics. Neurology. Cardio-thoracic. Obstetrics andGynecology. Musculoskeletal.o Physiotherapy inrehabilitation. Pediatric. Geriatric.
  3. 3. WHAT IS SPORT INJURY? Sports injuriesare occurs commonlyin athletic activities. Due to over useor acute trauma
  4. 4. ROLE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY INSPORT:-Sports physiotherapy is specialized for athletes. Thisincludes helping athletes recover from injuries. Whilethis branch of physiotherapy deals with athletes of allvarieties.
  5. 5. MOST COMMON SPORTS INJURIES Tennis elbow Golfer elbow Muscle pull Hamstring pain Runner’s knee Rotator cuff tendinitis Achillis tendinitis Ankle sprain Shoulder pain
  6. 6. TENNIS ELBOW
  7. 7. TENNIS ELBOW, ALSO CALLED LATERAL EPICONDYLITIS,IS A DISCOMFORT OR PAIN AROUND THE OUTSIDE PART OFYOUR ELBOW.
  8. 8. . Tendulkar suffered an elbow injury during the third test in SriLanka last month which forced him out of the subsequent one-dayseries.
  9. 9. TENNIS ELBOW COMMON IN:-o Tennis playero Cricket batsmano Racket sport playerso Heavy weight lifterso Baseball
  10. 10. EXAMINATION: Pain on palpation inelbow Resisted elbow extension Resisted middle fingerextension
  11. 11. CAUSES OF TENNIS ELBOW:- Improper playing style Overusing forearm muscles Using manual screw drivers Plumbing Playing certain racket sports, suchas tennis or squash Hammering
  12. 12. SYMPTOMS OF TENNIS ELBOW:- pain and tenderness weakness Swelling Tingling or numbness Restrict the movement of theelbow
  13. 13. WHAT YOU CAN DO?????Immediately following your injury, you shouldo Resto Apply iceoCompressionoElevation
  14. 14. PHYSIOTHERAPY OF TENNIS ELBOW:- Cold therapy or Cryotherapy Heat pack application Ultrasound Manual muscle stretching Joint mobilization Range of motion exercises Flexibility exercises Strengthening exercises General conditioning exercises Patient education Recommend brace if necessary Work or sport-specific rehabilitationprogram
  15. 15. HOW WE PREVENT TENNIS ELBOW:- Stretching and warm up Following the proper techniqueof playing Increased flexibility Increased endurance Avoid over use of joint Increased elasticity
  16. 16. CONCLUSIONThe type of physiotherapy treatments thatathlete will receive depends on the severity ofhis injury. Only Physiotherapist can help himto decide what appropriate interventions arebest for him.
  17. 17. REFERENCE:- Fracture of lateral condyle of humerus,page no. 85-88, essential orthopaedics byJ.Maheshwari The ligaments of elbow, page No. 84-100,The physiology of the joint vol-1, by A.I.Kapandji www.physiotherapynotes.com www.steadyhealth.com www.wikipedia.com
  18. 18. THANK YOUPain is a symptoms, cure the problem and notonly the pain go away, it wont return

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