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THE PREVENTION OF INJURY IN SPORT
THE HEALING PROCESS
IMMEDIATE MANAGEMENT OF THE INJURED
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achieved action activity allow ankle applied appropriate arch associated athlete become blood body bone cause chapter common competition condition continued contraction correct damage develop disc discussed early effect elbow endurance example excessive exercises extension factors Figure fitness flexibility foot force fracture function further growth hamstring healing heat immediate important increase inflammation injury involved joint knee lateral lead ligament limb lower mechanical medial movement muscle muscular nerve normal occur overuse pain particularly patella patient placed play player poor position possible posture pressure prevent problems pronation protective quadriceps reduce regain rehabilitation relief resistance rest result rotation running scar shoe shoulder shown side situation soft tissue spasm specific spinal spine stage strength strengthening stress stretching structures swelling symptoms syndrome technique tendon tennis treatment usually weight wound