Sports Injuries
Sports injuries
allude to the sorts of injury that happen amid sports or exercise. While it is conceivable to harm any piece of the body when playing sports, the term sports injuries is ordinarily used to allude to injuries of the musculoskeletal framework.
Causes Of Sports Injuries
Sports injuries are most commonly caused by poor training methods; structural abnormalities; weakness in muscles, tendons, ligaments; and unsafe exercising environments. The most common cause of injury is poor training. For example, muscles need 48 hours to recover after a workout. Increasing exercise intensity too quickly and not stopping when pain develops while exercising also causes injury.
Everyone's bone architecture is a little different, and almost all of us have one or two weak points where the arrangement of bone and muscle leaves us prone to injury. Common predisposing factor in injuries to the ankles, legs, knees, and hips include:
 uneven leg length
 excessive pronation (flat feet)
 cavus foot (over-high arches)
 bowlegged or knock-knee alignment
Bowlegs or knock knees add extra stress through knees and ankles over time, and may make ankle sprains more likely.
Other structural conditions that make sports injuries more common include:
 lumbar lordosis: a forward curve in the lower spine
 patella alta: a kneecap that's higher than usual
 high Q angle: kneecap displaced to one side, as with knock knees
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