How to Prevent Sport Injuries

Everyone is normally a sports fanatic and we get excited during our favorite sport season, but every season one of our favorite players gets injured and is out for weeks or months due to a torn ACL, or broken bone. Sports require strenuous workouts and intense workouts to keep yourself well-conditioned for the sport. Most sports have players that sustain injuries, but the highest-ranking sport for injuries is basketball. Some of the most common injuries for sports includes: Ankle sprain, groin pull, hamstring strain, shin splints, knee injury, and tennis elbow.

Here are some steps to prevent sports injuries:

  1. Wear gym shoes that fit snugly, are non-skid and have high tops.
  2. Use a mouth guard, ankle braces and safety glasses.
  3. Warm up and stretch before each session.
  4. Play on a clean, dry, safe surface.

Sports injuries are common, but sometimes it can take up to five days or three months for a sports injury to heal. Injuries are inevitable in every sport, but taking steps to stretch and wearing the proper gear and clothes to ensure that any injury sustained is not serious is beneficial for your career and to avoid high injury treatment costs.

 

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