Sports injuries are what potentially may occur to an individual during sports or exercise. They refer to any injury that happens to any part of the body when playing sports. These injuries are often referred to affect the musculoskeletal system.
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Our experienced doctors based here at NYSI, are prepared to give all of our patients personalized and high quality care. They do this based upon your specific diagnosis in order to assure that you are given the proper treatment options for your condition.
Alexandre B. de Moura M.D. FAAOS is the medical director here at NYSI. our industry leading spine doctors are well versed with various neck and spine disorders and are ready to help all of our patients with fitting treatment options for their conditions.
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Overuse, direct impact or due to the application of force that is greater than the body part can withstand are all causes of sports injuries. They can either result in being either acute or chronic injuries.
Chronic injuries are a result of repeated overuse of muscle groups or joints. This can happen due to poor technique and structural abnormalities, which can aid in the development of chronic injuries. It is always important to seek medical attention after any sports injury, as they can sometimes be more severely than you think.
Types of sports injuries are as follows:
Treatment can be dependent upon the type of severity of the injury the person is experiencing. If the pain continues for days after the incident, then it is important to visit your doctor.
Physiotherapy can also help to rehabilitate the injured area. This may result in exercises that will help with strength and flexibility. Returning to your sport after injury will mainly depend upon the assessment given to you by your doctor or physiotherapist.
Delayed recovery and further damage may occur if you try to play before the injury has been properly healed. However, It may be possible to still do exercise that does not put strain on the injured area while it heals.
Immediate treatment for sports injuries resulting in sprains, strains and joint injuries are as follows:
*The effectiveness of diagnosis and treatment will vary by patient and condition. New York Spine Institute does not guarantee certain results.