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    Added on 22 December 2018

    How To Prevent And Treat Common Sports Injury

    22 December 2018

    Sports injuries are the very common problem and the causes of these injuries include the malfunctioning of sports equipment, repetitive stress, structural abnormalities, using sports equipment improperly, unintentional accidents etc. Sports injuries affect bones and soft tissues like ligament, tendon, and muscles. Some common sports injuries are bruise or blood clotting at the area of an injury, sprains or tearing of ligaments partially or fully, strains or tearing of muscles and tendons partially or fully, tendonitis or inflammation of tendons, fracture, knee injuries, brain injuries etc. The knee injury is one of the most common injuries and you will get the best treatment at the Knee Pain Relief Center in Delhi.

    Knee Injury

    The knee is an important joint of the human body and the components of the knee joint are bones, ligament, cartilage, and tendon. Some of the knee 

    injuries are:

    • Runner’s knee: Due to overuse, the pain causes at the patella femoral joint, which is between the thighbone and kneecap or patella and this condition is named as runner’s knee. Blowing directly to the kneecap can cause this type of knee pain syndrome.

    • Jumper’s knee: When the pain causes at the area where patellar tendon makes the connection with tibia or shinbone, it is called patellar tendinitis or jumper’s knee. Generally, the growth plate’s irritation results in this type of pain syndrome.

    • Sprain of MCL (Medial Collateral Ligament): Sometimes, an athlete applies force on the knee inwardly and is a strike on the lateral side of the knee, the ligament injury or sprain of MCL is caused.

    • Sprain of ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament): Due to tearing or over-stretching of ACL of the knee can cause the condition of sprain of ACL.

    • Meniscal Tear: The meniscus, a piece of cartilage, access as a shock absorber in the knee and it can tear for the twisting of knee too far.

    Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT)

    Low-Level Laser Therapy or Cold Laser Therapy is an effective, non-invasive, light-based and painless therapy. In this procedure, red as well as infrared light is targeted to the injured area. ATP production is stimulated by the photons of light and it helps to accelerate the healing procedure of the peripheral nerve and musculoskeletal injuries which involves reducing scar tissues, acceleration of cell regeneration and functional improvement. Low-Level Laser Therapy is available at the Sports Injury Pain Relief Center in Delhi.

    Prevention of sports injury

    Some preventive methods for sports injuries are:

    •    Apply the right techniques.

    •    Play safe.

    •    Take rest.

    •    Increase the flexibility of the body.

    •    Build strength in the muscles.

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