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BY: PRIYANKA
CAUSES OR REASONS OF
SPORTS INJURIES
INTRODUCTION :
 Sports injuries :
 Sports injuries are injuries that occur in athletic
activities. In many cases, these types of injuries
are often due to overuse or acute trauma of a
part of the body when participating in a certain
activity. For example, runner’s knee is a painful
condition generally associated with running,
while tennis elbow is a form of repetitive stress
injury at the elbow. Other types of injuries can
be caused by a hard contact with something.
CAUSES
 Overuse
 Overuse or repetitive
movements may be the
number-one cause of sports
injuries. Runners, swimmers
and tennis players are
particularly susceptible to
overuse injuries, including
tennis elbow, tendinitis, shin
splints and shoulder
impingement.
 Stops and Twists
 Sports that incorporate
quick stopping and twisting
motions -- including
basketball, gymnastics and
soccer -- see a high number
of knee and ankle injuries.
Ankle sprains occur when
an athlete rolls his foot and
stretches the surrounding
ligaments. The stabilizing
muscles and cushioning
cartilage sudden stop
around your knee, shoulder
and other joints are prone to
tearing from an uncontrolled
twist or a.

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 Improper Equipment
 If you use a weight or a
racquet too heavy for you,
lower back or arm pain
may follow. Ill-fitting
helmets and shoes may
also cause injuries. A
runner may experience an
injury if he wears shoes
that do no provide enough
support. Plantar fasciitis,
the inflammation of your
arch's shock absorber, is
common when shoes do
not fit properly or provide
proper support.
 New or Increased
Activity
 Starting a new activity or
increasing your level of
activity too quickly can
also result in plantar
fasciitis or lower back
pain. If you have begun a
new exercise or sport,
previously unused
muscles may be
employed or you may
increase the work of
other muscles. A cramp
is a common result of
 Fatigue
 Tired muscles are a
common cause of
muscle pulls.
Resting between
activity is essential
to preventing
muscle pulls.
 Poor Warmup
 Your elementary school
gym teacher probably told
you how important it is to
stretch before any athletic
muscles, allowing them to
work more
efficiently.endeavor, and
he was right. Muscle
cramping and pulls are
often the result of jumping
into an activity without
properly easing the
muscles into it. Warming
up delivers blood and
oxygen to the various

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 Impact
 Hard impacts are
another culprit behind
injuries such as shin
splints and plantar
fasciitis. Hard
surfaces cause a
more jarring impact on
an athlete's feet, legs,
hips and back.
 Unilateral Movements
 Lower-back pain
plagues some golfers
and tennis players,
among others. Because
these activities require
certain movements by
only one side of the
body, you are working
muscles on one side
without doing equal
work on the other. This
can result in weaker
muscles on the less
active side, the most
common cause of lower
back pain.
 Technique or Posture
 Neck pain, including
spasms and pulls, is
often the result of
something as simple as
moving your head
awkwardly to see a ball
or an opponent. Cyclists
may experience neck
pain after riding with
racing handlebars. The
position you must take to
use the handlebars and
still see where you're
going tightens the neck
muscles, causing a
spasm.
NOTE :
 A multitude of situations can result in a
sports-related injury. Being aware of the risk
factors goes a long way in preventing them.
Strengthening your muscles, getting proper
rest and working at the proper pace are
essential to staying healthy. A look at the
causes of the most common sports injuries
paints a clear picture of the main culprits
behind them.

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Causes and Reasons of Sports Injuries

  • 1. BY: PRIYANKA CAUSES OR REASONS OF SPORTS INJURIES
  • 2. INTRODUCTION :  Sports injuries :  Sports injuries are injuries that occur in athletic activities. In many cases, these types of injuries are often due to overuse or acute trauma of a part of the body when participating in a certain activity. For example, runner’s knee is a painful condition generally associated with running, while tennis elbow is a form of repetitive stress injury at the elbow. Other types of injuries can be caused by a hard contact with something.
  • 3. CAUSES  Overuse  Overuse or repetitive movements may be the number-one cause of sports injuries. Runners, swimmers and tennis players are particularly susceptible to overuse injuries, including tennis elbow, tendinitis, shin splints and shoulder impingement.
  • 4.  Stops and Twists  Sports that incorporate quick stopping and twisting motions -- including basketball, gymnastics and soccer -- see a high number of knee and ankle injuries. Ankle sprains occur when an athlete rolls his foot and stretches the surrounding ligaments. The stabilizing muscles and cushioning cartilage sudden stop around your knee, shoulder and other joints are prone to tearing from an uncontrolled twist or a.
  • 5.  Improper Equipment  If you use a weight or a racquet too heavy for you, lower back or arm pain may follow. Ill-fitting helmets and shoes may also cause injuries. A runner may experience an injury if he wears shoes that do no provide enough support. Plantar fasciitis, the inflammation of your arch's shock absorber, is common when shoes do not fit properly or provide proper support.
  • 6.  New or Increased Activity  Starting a new activity or increasing your level of activity too quickly can also result in plantar fasciitis or lower back pain. If you have begun a new exercise or sport, previously unused muscles may be employed or you may increase the work of other muscles. A cramp is a common result of
  • 7.  Fatigue  Tired muscles are a common cause of muscle pulls. Resting between activity is essential to preventing muscle pulls.
  • 8.  Poor Warmup  Your elementary school gym teacher probably told you how important it is to stretch before any athletic muscles, allowing them to work more efficiently.endeavor, and he was right. Muscle cramping and pulls are often the result of jumping into an activity without properly easing the muscles into it. Warming up delivers blood and oxygen to the various
  • 9.  Impact  Hard impacts are another culprit behind injuries such as shin splints and plantar fasciitis. Hard surfaces cause a more jarring impact on an athlete's feet, legs, hips and back.
  • 10.  Unilateral Movements  Lower-back pain plagues some golfers and tennis players, among others. Because these activities require certain movements by only one side of the body, you are working muscles on one side without doing equal work on the other. This can result in weaker muscles on the less active side, the most common cause of lower back pain.
  • 11.  Technique or Posture  Neck pain, including spasms and pulls, is often the result of something as simple as moving your head awkwardly to see a ball or an opponent. Cyclists may experience neck pain after riding with racing handlebars. The position you must take to use the handlebars and still see where you're going tightens the neck muscles, causing a spasm.
  • 12. NOTE :  A multitude of situations can result in a sports-related injury. Being aware of the risk factors goes a long way in preventing them. Strengthening your muscles, getting proper rest and working at the proper pace are essential to staying healthy. A look at the causes of the most common sports injuries paints a clear picture of the main culprits behind them.