Thursday, 26 June 2014

Common Football Injuries Shoulder injuries
  •     Shoulder dislocation
  •     Shoulder fracture
  •     Shoulder separation
  •     Torn rotator cuff
Hand or wrist injuries
  •     Finger fractures
  •     Wrist sprains
  •     Wrist tendonitis
Hip, knee, and leg injuries
  •     Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears
  •     Hip pointer
  •     Knee sprains
  •     Medial collateral ligament (MCL) tears
  •     Meniscus tears
  •     Posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) tears
  •     Shin splints (inflammation of the layer of tissue over the shin bone)

Foot or ankle injuries

    Achilles tendonitis
    Ankle sprains

Football Safety and Injury Prevention Tips

  • See your doctor for a pre-season physical to determine your readiness to play and discover any conditions that may (or should) limit participation.
  • Check the field for any holes, debris, or other potential hazards before playing.
  • Always warm up and stretch before a game or practice session, and don't forget to stretch again afterwards.
  • Be prepared for emergencies with a first aid kit, a supply of ice, and the phone number of your team physician or the nearest medical facility.
  • Make sure all equipment-including helmets, pads, and mouth guards-fits properly and is worn correctly.
  • If you need to wear glasses while playing or practicing, make sure the lenses are shatterproof or wear glass guards
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