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The Prevention and Nature of Injury
THE HEALING PROCESS
IMMEDIATE MANAGEMENT OF THE INJURED
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abdominal Achilles tendon activity Acupuncture adductor anatomical ankle applied arch athlete back pain bandage biomechanical blood vessels body bone calf muscles cartilage chapter collagen collateral ligament competition contraction damage develop diagnosis disc effect epicondyle excessive pronation extensors factors fascia Figure flexibility flexion fluid foot force forearm function growth plate hamstring healing heel hip flexors iliotibial band increase inflammation limb mechanical medial medial collateral ligament modalities movement muscle group muscle imbalance muscle spasm muscular nerve normal occur osteitis pubis overload overpronation overuse injury patella patient pelvis physiotherapist plantar plantar fascia player position posterior posture power and endurance prevent problems pronation quadriceps quadriceps muscles regain rehabilitation relief result rotator cuff runners running sacroiliac joint scar tissue shoe shoulder soft tissue injuries spinal spine sports injuries sports medicine strength strengthening stress fracture structures swelling symptoms syndrome tape technique tennis elbow thigh tibia tight treatment weight wound wrist